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

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We shall consider the 21st neutron to be the « test particle » probing the structure

of the 17 and 19

/} and the 17th

We shall consider the 21st neutron to be the « test particle » probing the structure

of the 17 and 19

**protons**through its interaction with them. The 21st neutron is in 1/} and the 17th

**proton**in 2dt. There are four different positions of the dj**proton**...Page 102

In the former case, the operator r2i guarantees that

phase opposite to that of neutrons, so that the dipole resonance represents a

vibration of

where T ...

In the former case, the operator r2i guarantees that

**protons**will be excited withphase opposite to that of neutrons, so that the dipole resonance represents a

vibration of

**protons**against neutrons. We shall talk of this as a T = l vibrationwhere T ...

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29K has (d})2

yet fi = 0.39 nin while fi,s = 0.12 nm. 41K has the same

possible contribution to the moment from the breakup and, or excitations of the (/

...

29K has (d})2

**protons**and no simple excitations of the type considered above,yet fi = 0.39 nin while fi,s = 0.12 nm. 41K has the same

**protons**, but also there is apossible contribution to the moment from the breakup and, or excitations of the (/

...

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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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