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

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Consequently, if we obtain any

entering into (15) obey the sum rule (is) 2 | <T I < I ^o> I2 + 1 | <vr I « J ^„> I2 = <fo

...

Consequently, if we obtain any

**approximation**to 0(k, E), we shall have also an**approximation**, to the same order, of the strength function. The matrix elementsentering into (15) obey the sum rule (is) 2 | <T I < I ^o> I2 + 1 | <vr I « J ^„> I2 = <fo

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Since we always have to be careful with random phase

first examine the ideas behind it and the evidence for it; this ... The mixing of

states TiYE COMPOUND NUCLEUS AND THE RANDOM PHASE

Since we always have to be careful with random phase

**approximations**, let usfirst examine the ideas behind it and the evidence for it; this ... The mixing of

states TiYE COMPOUND NUCLEUS AND THE RANDOM PHASE

**APPROXIMATION**145.Page 154

Now from the point of view of the boson

whose energy is given by (1) appears just as a certain mixture of the two-quasi-

particle A' = 0 states. Therefore there seems very likely that the state determined

as a ...

Now from the point of view of the boson

**approximation**, the ^-vibrational state,whose energy is given by (1) appears just as a certain mixture of the two-quasi-

particle A' = 0 states. Therefore there seems very likely that the state determined

as a ...

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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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