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

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+1|«fcl*7>f and usinS B\*P?1y=> W„\W^+1y, (14) becomes (15) oa = - 1 \<rr\-\ny i•

E-_-i6 Here we have labelled the energy

in order to distinguish them from those of the ^-particle system. Using (15) we ...

+1|«fcl*7>f and usinS B\*P?1y=> W„\W^+1y, (14) becomes (15) oa = - 1 \<rr\-\ny i•

E-_-i6 Here we have labelled the energy

**levels**of the N+l particle system by Woin order to distinguish them from those of the ^-particle system. Using (15) we ...

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We have to distinguish carefully in the following between the case of isolated,

nonoverlapping resonance

former is characterized by F <§C D where D is the spacing of the resonances ;

the ...

We have to distinguish carefully in the following between the case of isolated,

nonoverlapping resonance

**levels**and that of overlapping resonance**levels**. Theformer is characterized by F <§C D where D is the spacing of the resonances ;

the ...

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For example it has been shown [1-3] that most of the energy

parity in the first p-shell region can be explained by pure jj-coupling shell model.

The few

For example it has been shown [1-3] that most of the energy

**levels**with anormalparity in the first p-shell region can be explained by pure jj-coupling shell model.

The few

**levels**of this kind which do not agree with this model are the T= i**levels**...### 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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