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

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Since is nearly a constant, a separation requires {-3~ffS)(E)y — 0, which thus

amounts to a

have its origin in the smoothly varying function 1/(E — Ei) , but must come from

the ...

Since is nearly a constant, a separation requires {-3~ffS)(E)y — 0, which thus

amounts to a

**random**-phase hypothesis for .Tff"(E). The**random**phase can hardlyhave its origin in the smoothly varying function 1/(E — Ei) , but must come from

the ...

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The statement that they have nothing to do with ,TX | 0> means simply that this

vector has

projection of.^10) on an axis i, ym = <«| ^"i|0>, will then have a probability

distribution ...

The statement that they have nothing to do with ,TX | 0> means simply that this

vector has

**random**direction with respect to the axes, the resonant states. Theprojection of.^10) on an axis i, ym = <«| ^"i|0>, will then have a probability

distribution ...

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There is experimental evidence that such a

occurs approximately. This is obtained from the distribution of the reduced widths

roi = in slow neutron resonances. If there is a

can ...

There is experimental evidence that such a

**random**distribution of yi0 reallyoccurs approximately. This is obtained from the distribution of the reduced widths

roi = in slow neutron resonances. If there is a

**random**distribution of yoi, then wecan ...

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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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