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

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An even more interesting case is the odd-odd nucleus S0Y in which the magnetic

moments and

neighbouring nuclei (Fig. 6) i.e. fi{p^, //(dj) and ^(j/j). 9min 7/2" 7/2 Fig. 4. Fig. 5.

An even more interesting case is the odd-odd nucleus S0Y in which the magnetic

moments and

**Ml transitions**can be derived from the measured properties of theneighbouring nuclei (Fig. 6) i.e. fi{p^, //(dj) and ^(j/j). 9min 7/2" 7/2 Fig. 4. Fig. 5.

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... where the spin-orbit doublets should show the Al-« allowed »

these are widely separated in energy and their transition probabilities are difficult

to measure. On the other hand the forbidden transitions occur mainly in the

middle ...

... where the spin-orbit doublets should show the Al-« allowed »

**Ml transitions**,these are widely separated in energy and their transition probabilities are difficult

to measure. On the other hand the forbidden transitions occur mainly in the

middle ...

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For the Tl isotopes the two probabilities are indeed equal to each other, and lie in

between the probabilities for Hg and Pb.

state are, of course, forbidden in this scheme, since the parent transition is ...

For the Tl isotopes the two probabilities are indeed equal to each other, and lie in

between the probabilities for Hg and Pb.

**Ml transitions**from J = | to the groundstate are, of course, forbidden in this scheme, since the parent transition is ...

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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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