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

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are defined through the

= '£(tiX\Kit\vX). X-1 X From this one derives a ground-state energy (3.20) ^o=S^(A

|^|A) + -2(^|^|A/.), x *m 1 x„ It is clear that this

are defined through the

**self**-**consistent**one-particle potential (p\U\v) = 2(pX\w\vX)= '£(tiX\Kit\vX). X-1 X From this one derives a ground-state energy (3.20) ^o=S^(A

|^|A) + -2(^|^|A/.), x *m 1 x„ It is clear that this

**self**-**consistency**problem is much ...Page 61

Thus the « magnetic-moment operator » in the Hartree Fock

scheme is JAhf = {1 + ffo TM fTToT* + *+ TM &"<o7 Eo • If (x is a single-particle

operator, then X will also be a single-particle operator, as all the H.F. method

does is to ...

Thus the « magnetic-moment operator » in the Hartree Fock

**self**-**consistent**scheme is JAhf = {1 + ffo TM fTToT* + *+ TM &"<o7 Eo • If (x is a single-particle

operator, then X will also be a single-particle operator, as all the H.F. method

does is to ...

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The spherically symmetric single-particle potential well used up to now is not in

general a

Consider a nucleus with two particles outside a closed shell, e.g. "O or 18F.

Owing to ...

The spherically symmetric single-particle potential well used up to now is not in

general a

**self**-**consistent**field. This can be seen by the following argument.Consider a nucleus with two particles outside a closed shell, e.g. "O or 18F.

Owing to ...

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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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