## Nuclear structure and heavy-ion dynamics: Varenna on Lake Como, Villa Monastero, 27 July-6 August 1982 |

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In each case the model also predicts strength in states that we cannot observe by

beta-decay. This is a universal problem, as we can see from fig. 1. If the

interaction were turned with

In each case the model also predicts strength in states that we cannot observe by

beta-decay. This is a universal problem, as we can see from fig. 1. If the

**Coulomb**interaction were turned with

**Coulomb**interaction without Couiomb interaction ...Page 190

From these results on the application of the SCA the

conclude that a) the SCA for one-dimensional problems seems to give a

reasonably good description, and may offer some insight and understanding of

the ...

From these results on the application of the SCA the

**Coulomb**excitation, we mayconclude that a) the SCA for one-dimensional problems seems to give a

reasonably good description, and may offer some insight and understanding of

the ...

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energy of the particle at infinity originates from the

great care must be taken in describing the shape of the system at the time of

division, because the distance between the centroids of the two charges is ...

energy of the particle at infinity originates from the

**Coulomb**repulsion. Therefore,great care must be taken in describing the shape of the system at the time of

division, because the distance between the centroids of the two charges is ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 3 |

Relation with the collective model | 12 |

A Faesslee Competition between collective and singlepar | 30 |

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