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

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11.9, three different curves of P„ as a function of

different situations, are shown. The dashed line was calculated including only the

effect of thermal misalignment (cr^ # 0, a\ = 0) This curve describes the alignment

of ...

11.9, three different curves of P„ as a function of

**Q**-**value**, corresponding todifferent situations, are shown. The dashed line was calculated including only the

effect of thermal misalignment (cr^ # 0, a\ = 0) This curve describes the alignment

of ...

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Figure 11.12 shows the dependence of the spectral shape of the continuum y-

rays on the reaction

higher yrav energies with increasing

Figure 11.12 shows the dependence of the spectral shape of the continuum y-

rays on the reaction

**Q**-**value**. The upper-energy edge of the bump moves towardshigher yrav energies with increasing

**Q**-**value**across the QE region, until it ...Page 411

At large negative

transitions are observed with statistical significance. In the case of the Z = 8

reaction channel with

DI ...

At large negative

**Q**-**values**the spectra become more complicated and only a fewtransitions are observed with statistical significance. In the case of the Z = 8

reaction channel with

**Q**-**values**intermediate between the most probable QE andDI ...

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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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