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

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... part of the matrix element, and where the second part is the

with intermediate

ri is the total width of the

... part of the matrix element, and where the second part is the

**resonant**C.N. partwith intermediate

**resonant**states i of complex energy Ei= Re 2?< — — t\r</2. Theri is the total width of the

**resonant**state i, in general varying from state to st ste.Page 146

In such a situation there is no particular reason to believe the

have neither a particularly good, nor a particularly bad, overlap in <0|,7"j|i>. It is

convenient to look at.^i|0> as a vector in a Hilbert space. This vector is projected

...

In such a situation there is no particular reason to believe the

**resonant**state i tohave neither a particularly good, nor a particularly bad, overlap in <0|,7"j|i>. It is

convenient to look at.^i|0> as a vector in a Hilbert space. This vector is projected

...

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The ; first diagram is Hartree-Fock. o) (w=(glr.+(y,., a sum of

onant terms. This relation will have a definite meaning in terms of its matrix

elements computed in the chosen configuration. Another way of saying this is that

the ...

The ; first diagram is Hartree-Fock. o) (w=(glr.+(y,., a sum of

**resonant**and nonres-onant terms. This relation will have a definite meaning in terms of its matrix

elements computed in the chosen configuration. Another way of saying this is that

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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