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

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The exact L ( L + 1 ) dependence in the SU ,

destroyed by rotationvibration terms in any collective Hamiltonian . On the other

hand , there are methods to construct collective Hamiltonians which will

reproduce to ...

The exact L ( L + 1 ) dependence in the SU ,

**limit**is too schematic and will bedestroyed by rotationvibration terms in any collective Hamiltonian . On the other

hand , there are methods to construct collective Hamiltonians which will

reproduce to ...

Page 99

It can be seen from both figures that large changes are observed in the upper

edge of the curves corresponding to a change in the angular - momentum

leit . For example , the change from 156Yb to 166Yb is as large as ~ AM tit = 8 ...

It can be seen from both figures that large changes are observed in the upper

edge of the curves corresponding to a change in the angular - momentum

**limit**leit . For example , the change from 156Yb to 166Yb is as large as ~ AM tit = 8 ...

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But one has to consider this

momentum dissipation diminishes lh at the benefit of intrinsic angular momenta

of the two fragments . Therefore , the

angular ...

But one has to consider this

**limit**in the exit channel , since the angular -momentum dissipation diminishes lh at the benefit of intrinsic angular momenta

of the two fragments . Therefore , the

**limit**for trapping conditions in the entranceangular ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 3 |

Relation with the collective model | 12 |

A FAESSLER Competition between collective and singlepar | 30 |

Copyright | |

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