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

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Positive-parity states in even-mass nuclei are often described by phenom-

enological models as the triaxial Davydov-Filippov (DF) rotor [11], the Bohr-

Mottelson ...

**Coupling**of two quasi-particles to three-axial rotor in an even-mass nucleus.Positive-parity states in even-mass nuclei are often described by phenom-

enological models as the triaxial Davydov-Filippov (DF) rotor [11], the Bohr-

Mottelson ...

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In the nonrelativistic limit the process is described as being induced by

to the weak-interaction field through two components, the spin-independent

Fermi interaction (vector

interaction ...

In the nonrelativistic limit the process is described as being induced by

**coupling**to the weak-interaction field through two components, the spin-independent

Fermi interaction (vector

**coupling**) and the spin-dependent Gamow-Tellerinteraction ...

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On the other hand, in the strong-

and the upper limit is certainly consistent with such an interpretation. It would be

very interesting to extend the search for y-decay between heavy-ion resonances

...

On the other hand, in the strong-

**coupling**model, such collectivity is not expectedand the upper limit is certainly consistent with such an interpretation. It would be

very interesting to extend the search for y-decay between heavy-ion resonances

...

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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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