## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 23N. Zanichelli, 1963 - Nuclear physics |

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This includes (2.8) and resolves the ambiguity just mentioned. In this way we

arrive at the Hartree-Foek equations (2.9) (a I P*l'2m | ft) + J (xX | vA \ ftX) = Ea 6a

? . The second term defines the

potential ...

This includes (2.8) and resolves the ambiguity just mentioned. In this way we

arrive at the Hartree-Foek equations (2.9) (a I P*l'2m | ft) + J (xX | vA \ ftX) = Ea 6a

? . The second term defines the

**Hartree**-**Fock**self-consistent one-particlepotential ...

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Equations (2.15a) then tells us that (2.23) (0„,P0„)=O, the average linear

momentum in the

pointing out that it is consistent with the

the ...

Equations (2.15a) then tells us that (2.23) (0„,P0„)=O, the average linear

momentum in the

**Hartree**-**Fock**ground state is zero. We terminate this section bypointing out that it is consistent with the

**Hartree**-**Fock**equations to assume thatthe ...

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It is easily seen that the special properties of the

enter at all into this problem. Equations (2.30-2.32) are valid for any wave

function 0„ that gives zero average momentum, and the result (2.32) is no test of

the ...

It is easily seen that the special properties of the

**Hartree**-**Fock**solution do notenter at all into this problem. Equations (2.30-2.32) are valid for any wave

function 0„ that gives zero average momentum, and the result (2.32) is no test of

the ...

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### Contents

Lectures | 1 |

G E Brown Collective motion and the application of manybody | 99 |

T Ep icson The compound nucleus and the random phase approximation | 142 |

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