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

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The reason for the observed discrepancies can be understood if we realize that

the nuclear resonance

magnetic moment with a uniform external magnetic field, while the hyperfine-

structure ...

The reason for the observed discrepancies can be understood if we realize that

the nuclear resonance

**experiments**measure the interactions of the nuclearmagnetic moment with a uniform external magnetic field, while the hyperfine-

structure ...

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(1) (which are, essentially, the parameters of the deformation) are to be adjusted

so as to fit best the

parameters is smaller than the number of

...

(1) (which are, essentially, the parameters of the deformation) are to be adjusted

so as to fit best the

**experimental**energies [11]. Since the number of adjustableparameters is smaller than the number of

**experimental**data, this calculations will...

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By changing stepwise the values of y2 and z2 we find that the best agreement

between calculated and

= 0.27. These values do not correspond to any specific Nilsson deformation r\ [9].

By changing stepwise the values of y2 and z2 we find that the best agreement

between calculated and

**experimental**energies is obtained for y2 — 0.32 and z2= 0.27. These values do not correspond to any specific Nilsson deformation r\ [9].

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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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