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

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The Casimir operator of 0 is

) Ce = Q ' Q ' — 2 ( d + x d ) ( k ) , ( d + x d ) ( k ) = Q ' •Q ' — Co . ke - 1 , 3 Its

eigenvalues are

The Casimir operator of 0 is

**given**in terms of ( 12 ) and the 06 generators as ( 13) Ce = Q ' Q ' — 2 ( d + x d ) ( k ) , ( d + x d ) ( k ) = Q ' •Q ' — Co . ke - 1 , 3 Its

eigenvalues are

**given**in terms of a quantum number o as olo + 4 ) . The fully ...Page 12

The Casimir operator of SU , is

construct the SU , Hamiltonian as a linear combination of this Casimir generator (

with coefficient – % ) and the 0 , Casimir operator ( L · L ) ( with coefficient – x ' +

3x ) .

The Casimir operator of SU , is

**given**by ( 19 ) 2 ( 0 : 0 ) + ( L · L ) . We canconstruct the SU , Hamiltonian as a linear combination of this Casimir generator (

with coefficient – % ) and the 0 , Casimir operator ( L · L ) ( with coefficient – x ' +

3x ) .

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If now instead we choose secondaries of a

4 , the distribution 2 * ( D ) looks fairly different ( fig . 12 ) . But here the statistics is

poor and we have to look for a possibility to include more data . 15 ao ( cm ) D ...

If now instead we choose secondaries of a

**given**charge , for instance charge 2 =4 , the distribution 2 * ( D ) looks fairly different ( fig . 12 ) . But here the statistics is

poor and we have to look for a possibility to include more data . 15 ao ( cm ) D ...

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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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