## Nuclear Structure and Heavy-ion Dynamics: Varenna on Lake Como, Villa Monastero, 27 July-6 August 1982, Volume 87 |

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It results from our

matrix elements are given by a Woods - Saxon form using a semi - classical

Frahn and Venter parametrization [ 18 ] ( 8 ) $ i = { 1 + exp [ ( 1 . – 1 ) / 4 } } - 1 + iu

ã ...

It results from our

**analysis**that a , is small and of the order of one - tenth . The 8 ,matrix elements are given by a Woods - Saxon form using a semi - classical

Frahn and Venter parametrization [ 18 ] ( 8 ) $ i = { 1 + exp [ ( 1 . – 1 ) / 4 } } - 1 + iu

ã ...

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11 , the dashed curve of the 47 MeV

the phase - shift

representation of our

distributions of ...

11 , the dashed curve of the 47 MeV

**analysis**corresponds to the surface model ofthe phase - shift

**analysis**. Figure 12 is a more complete phase - shiftrepresentation of our

**analysis**: real and imaginary parts for three angulardistributions of ...

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Except for the fact that we are dealing with track lengths rather than with time

intervals , this is just the law of radioactive decay and many well - known results

from this field can be taken over to our

property ...

Except for the fact that we are dealing with track lengths rather than with time

intervals , this is just the law of radioactive decay and many well - known results

from this field can be taken over to our

**analysis**( see appendix ) . The mainproperty ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 3 |

Relation with the collective model | 12 |

A FAESSLER Competition between collective and singlepar | 30 |

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