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

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We therefore introduce now time- dependent parameters ca„(t), and proceed to

develop an eigenvalue

41. The eigenvalue

2 ...

We therefore introduce now time- dependent parameters ca„(t), and proceed to

develop an eigenvalue

**equation**for the possible frequencies of periodic motion.41. The eigenvalue

**equation**for collective frequencies. - It was shown in Section2 ...

Page 154

If we treat the problem again witlun the boson approximation we get an

determining the energy Q of a ^-vibration which has to replace (1). This

reads 2*£ (AW *.'.)□ -Q> 1 °f 3 (E.l £.)•-- Q- ~ ,(E.-E.r-O- W ""I (A.', t- >;.)--«□ "I ...

If we treat the problem again witlun the boson approximation we get an

**equation**determining the energy Q of a ^-vibration which has to replace (1). This

**equation**reads 2*£ (AW *.'.)□ -Q> 1 °f 3 (E.l £.)•-- Q- ~ ,(E.-E.r-O- W ""I (A.', t- >;.)--«□ "I ...

Page 174

These things are mentioned in order that we may be able to discuss the

for the matrix elements of toi. The relevant

, | voi | w>,) + •f 2 (w,n/|<>wlw>;) ^v"°U ("WM»!"J) • This result has been taken ...

These things are mentioned in order that we may be able to discuss the

**equation**for the matrix elements of toi. The relevant

**equation**is (3 ) ( «0n/ I <0, I nln0,) = fan, | voi | w>,) + •f 2 (w,n/|<>wlw>;) ^v"°U ("WM»!"J) • This result has been taken ...

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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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