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

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Now, if a composite system could be produced which presents a fission

nearly equal to zero, even for very low I values, the width measurement would tell

us more. In the case of 40Ar+ + 238U, the nucleus "8110 is expected to need ...

Now, if a composite system could be produced which presents a fission

**barrier**nearly equal to zero, even for very low I values, the width measurement would tell

us more. In the case of 40Ar+ + 238U, the nucleus "8110 is expected to need ...

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These experimental fusion cross-sections can be described for energies close to

the

have enough radial kinetic energy to overcome the

These experimental fusion cross-sections can be described for energies close to

the

**barrier**by a very simple model. It assumes that two nuclei fuse provided theyhave enough radial kinetic energy to overcome the

**barrier**of two spherical ...Page 335

If initially the particle is captured in a potential hole, the diffusive force acting on

the collective degree of freedom can shuttle the particle over the potential

The reaction rate is the result of the competition between diffusive force and ...

If initially the particle is captured in a potential hole, the diffusive force acting on

the collective degree of freedom can shuttle the particle over the potential

**barrier**.The reaction rate is the result of the competition between diffusive force and ...

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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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a-particle alignment amplitude angle angular distributions angular momentum anisotropy approximation band barrier beam bombarding energy boson calculated Casimir operator classical trajectory coincidence collisions component compound nucleus configuration corresponding Coulomb Coulomb barrier coupling cross-section curve decay deep inelastic deformation degrees of freedom detector dissipation edited effect eigenstates ejectiles emission equations evaporation excitation energy excitation functions exit channel experimental Fermi Fermi surface fermion fission fluctuations fragment spin given Hamiltonian incomplete fusion inertia interaction kinetic energy Lett matrix elements measured momenta neutron neutron emission Nucl nuclear nuclei nucleons observed obtained orbital pairing parameters particles phase space Phys polarization potential probability projectile proton Q-value quadrupole quantum number quasi-particle region residual resonance rotational saddle point scattering shape shell model shown in fig shows single-particle spectra spectrum statistical structure target tion transfer transitions values velocity width y-ray yrast zero