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

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The misaligning

framework by the level density of the final states , Q ( E , , I , ) , and the

transmission coefficients , T , ( E : – E ) . For a given initial state the final states are

distributed ...

The misaligning

**effect**of particle evaporation is given in the statisticalmodelframework by the level density of the final states , Q ( E , , I , ) , and the

transmission coefficients , T , ( E : – E ) . For a given initial state the final states are

distributed ...

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We obtain for the so-corrected potential (4.3) a value different from zero for k = 0 (

EELL

4.86 in the vector-dominance model. The tensor part of Fp is much stronger and

of ...

We obtain for the so-corrected potential (4.3) a value different from zero for k = 0 (

EELL

**effect**[18]). To the OPEP we add the p exchange potential where j\jin =4.86 in the vector-dominance model. The tensor part of Fp is much stronger and

of ...

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The detailed character of the anomalon

peculiar characteristics of the special collisions producing anomalons ? How

large is the cross - section enhancement ? What is its lifetime ? Does the

exist for ...

The detailed character of the anomalon

**effect**is still not clear . What are thepeculiar characteristics of the special collisions producing anomalons ? How

large is the cross - section enhancement ? What is its lifetime ? Does the

**effect**exist for ...

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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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