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

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The y-y

[21, 25-27], and we shall, therefore, here only mention a few of the most

significant features which can be recognized and extracted from the spectra.

The y-y

**correlation**experiments have been discussed in detail many times before[21, 25-27], and we shall, therefore, here only mention a few of the most

significant features which can be recognized and extracted from the spectra.

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The corresponding range in excitation energy in the composite system 36Ar is

between 27.3 and 56.3 MeV. We can distinguish two different regimes. At low

centre-of-mass energy between 11 and 28 MeV [7], there is some

between ...

The corresponding range in excitation energy in the composite system 36Ar is

between 27.3 and 56.3 MeV. We can distinguish two different regimes. At low

centre-of-mass energy between 11 and 28 MeV [7], there is some

**correlation**between ...

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In the actual applications, one may avoid to resort to the « effects » induced by

the u>

In the actual applications, one may avoid to resort to the « effects » induced by

the u>

**correlations**, such as the ... [7-9, 17], to fold the potential V„ -f Fp with a**correlation**function, using the expression (4.6) V{k) = f Q(k - k') [V„{k') + V,(k')] + ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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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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