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

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The Coriolis

Coriolis

function . Thus the Coriolis

too ...

The Coriolis

**force**for angular momentum 18 is much larger than the correctCoriolis

**force**for angular momentum 12 for which we are calculating the wavefunction . Thus the Coriolis

**force**will try to align the high - spin nucleon pairs at atoo ...

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This increases artificially the Coriolis

particle pairs at a too small angular momentum . ii ) The monopole pairing part

which is usually included in this approach cannot keep a pair of particles together

if ...

This increases artificially the Coriolis

**force**and leads to an alignment of single -particle pairs at a too small angular momentum . ii ) The monopole pairing part

which is usually included in this approach cannot keep a pair of particles together

if ...

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Let us discuss the implementation of this scheme by way of an example . The

collective variable r ( the centre - of - mass distance between the two nuclei ) is

assumed to obey an equation of motion with a fluctuating Langevin

( 1 .

Let us discuss the implementation of this scheme by way of an example . The

collective variable r ( the centre - of - mass distance between the two nuclei ) is

assumed to obey an equation of motion with a fluctuating Langevin

**force**8F ( t ) :( 1 .

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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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