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

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The

exp[i£]|a/?)^(y«5|a/S}. One is now in a position to construct the effective potential

w(12). The development is tedious; one must go back to the definition (3.6); ...

The

**corresponding**wave functions are y., and exp [iQ] is defined as (3.17) (r«5|exp[i£]|a/?)^(y«5|a/S}. One is now in a position to construct the effective potential

w(12). The development is tedious; one must go back to the definition (3.6); ...

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The Hamiltonian of the asymmetric rotator is (7.11) 2IA + 2IB + 2IC' where Lr , Lo

and Lz are the components of angular momentum along the body- fixed x', y' and

z' axis. IA IB and Ic are the

The Hamiltonian of the asymmetric rotator is (7.11) 2IA + 2IB + 2IC' where Lr , Lo

and Lz are the components of angular momentum along the body- fixed x', y' and

z' axis. IA IB and Ic are the

**corresponding**moments of inertia. Eq. (7.8) must be ...Page 98

The (42) band comparison shows differences of up to one MeV. As do the higher

bands. The discrepancies in the higher bands probably reflect the fact that one

should use intrinsic states with the

The (42) band comparison shows differences of up to one MeV. As do the higher

bands. The discrepancies in the higher bands probably reflect the fact that one

should use intrinsic states with the

**corresponding**(//<) symmetry for ,)/ = — 1/V2.### What people are saying - Write a review

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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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