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

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{*) We

that in order to define 0,,[ uniquely, including its phase, we must establish a

convention about the order, in which a,, a2, ... xA should appear in eq. (1.7). To

this effect ...

{*) We

**consider**now a different way of labeling the state 0^}. First, we observethat in order to define 0,,[ uniquely, including its phase, we must establish a

convention about the order, in which a,, a2, ... xA should appear in eq. (1.7). To

this effect ...

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5)

We terminate this section by

operators and their time derivative, with respect to the Hartree-Forck basis. For

any one ...

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**Consider**finally the elements (0TM, H0„) and its transposed. They are the ...We terminate this section by

**considering**matrix elements of one- particleoperators and their time derivative, with respect to the Hartree-Forck basis. For

any one ...

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Owing to the Pauli principle, the nucleons will in general not be in spherical

symmetric orbits. Suppose that particle 2 is in a state ip1m. The potential seen by

particle 1 ...

**Consider**a nucleus with two particles outside a closed shell, e.g. "O or 18F.Owing to the Pauli principle, the nucleons will in general not be in spherical

symmetric orbits. Suppose that particle 2 is in a state ip1m. The potential seen by

particle 1 ...

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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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