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

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Since no momentum has been

changed to a proton in the nucleus without changing its principal quantum

number and without changing its orbital angular momentum. This is the very

process we ...

Since no momentum has been

**transferred**, we can infer that a neutron haschanged to a proton in the nucleus without changing its principal quantum

number and without changing its orbital angular momentum. This is the very

process we ...

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The starting point is the initial-value integral (2.12) So^ =1(21 + l)*Jsin 0, d0, (^4}

P'(cos S)Ffo exP ' 0 where F{61) is the product of two factors : a) the probability

amplitude to

The starting point is the initial-value integral (2.12) So^ =1(21 + l)*Jsin 0, d0, (^4}

P'(cos S)Ffo exP ' 0 where F{61) is the product of two factors : a) the probability

amplitude to

**transfer**the cluster along the classical trajectory specified by 0,, ...Page 411

In the case of a break-up accompanied by a

a DI Q window was chosen where this recipe leads to the same group of Yb

isotopes as in the case of fig. 12c). Indeed, the significant lines in these two y-ray

...

In the case of a break-up accompanied by a

**transfer**in the Z = 6 channel (fig. 13)a DI Q window was chosen where this recipe leads to the same group of Yb

isotopes as in the case of fig. 12c). Indeed, the significant lines in these two y-ray

...

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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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