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

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First, we observe that in order to

establish a convention about the order, in which a,, a2, ... xA should appear in eq.

(1.7). To this effect, we arrange the set of all possible a's in a linear chain; this ...

First, we observe that in order to

**define**0,,[ uniquely, including its phase, we mustestablish a convention about the order, in which a,, a2, ... xA should appear in eq.

(1.7). To this effect, we arrange the set of all possible a's in a linear chain; this ...

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Bather, we use the now given set of g>o's, and associated operators a*, aa to

state 0° =fl+a^0o 1 particle-1 hole state 0", = aWxar%^>0 2 particle-2 hole state,

etc.

Bather, we use the now given set of g>o's, and associated operators a*, aa to

**define**an orthogonal set of ^.-particle states: A 0„ =ITaJ|0) approximate groundstate 0° =fl+a^0o 1 particle-1 hole state 0", = aWxar%^>0 2 particle-2 hole state,

etc.

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The small positive imaginary energy id has been added to E in the first integral,

and — id to the second integral, to

) the unit operator J I^X^i- oil plates The matrix element <f|a*|0> is nonzero only ...

The small positive imaginary energy id has been added to E in the first integral,

and — id to the second integral, to

**define**the integral at infinity. Introduce into (14) the unit operator J I^X^i- oil plates The matrix element <f|a*|0> is nonzero only ...

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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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