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

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I {A-}) ( {A-} | «, | {AT}) . (*•> From (1.17) we see that only one intermediate state

contributes, that this matrix is

1-18) (Wk«JW) = ^'>.,,>- Similarly, the matrix ({N'} |a,o* | {A7}) is

...

I {A-}) ( {A-} | «, | {AT}) . (*•> From (1.17) we see that only one intermediate state

contributes, that this matrix is

**diagonal**, and has the value 1 if Na = 1, 0 if A7 = 0: (1-18) (Wk«JW) = ^'>.,,>- Similarly, the matrix ({N'} |a,o* | {A7}) is

**diagonal**, but is 1...

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We now fist some of the matrix-elements of H: 1) The

Ea= (0a,H0„), = 2E,-\J,(X\U\X) , = 2(A|P'/2m|A) +^2(^|^). x - X/, 2) The off

element (01, H 0a). It is clear from (2.6) and (2.7) that this element is the

coefficient ...

We now fist some of the matrix-elements of H: 1) The

**diagonal**element (2.12a)Ea= (0a,H0„), = 2E,-\J,(X\U\X) , = 2(A|P'/2m|A) +^2(^|^). x - X/, 2) The off

**diagonal**element (01, H 0a). It is clear from (2.6) and (2.7) that this element is the

coefficient ...

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I0! parts, thus (6) t0i = %ii+ Ion (Ka = Ka + la) • To this decomposition belongs a

set of prescriptions: A) for the scattering problem, ioi changes the state of « 0 »

alone, or is

I0! parts, thus (6) t0i = %ii+ Ion (Ka = Ka + la) • To this decomposition belongs a

set of prescriptions: A) for the scattering problem, ioi changes the state of « 0 »

alone, or is

**diagonal**(does not change the state) in both 0 and j, Ioj changes the ...### 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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