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

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L we have to couple the angular momenta I, and l2 of the two particles in the

following way: (1.6) \lML)My=J, m,oi| m, m2 M ... The possible two-particle states

are s2(0), <22(0) (

(2),, ...

L we have to couple the angular momenta I, and l2 of the two particles in the

following way: (1.6) \lML)My=J, m,oi| m, m2 M ... The possible two-particle states

are s2(0), <22(0) (

**total angular momentum**0) d*(l) (**total angular momentum**1) srf(2),, ...

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This state is not an eigenstate of the

the isotropy of space we should have angular momentum as a good quantum

number. Therefore we superimpose #>„(,//; 1,2) in all possible orientations ...

This state is not an eigenstate of the

**total angular momentum**. However, owing tothe isotropy of space we should have angular momentum as a good quantum

number. Therefore we superimpose #>„(,//; 1,2) in all possible orientations ...

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The generators are eigenstates of </,, the component of the

momentum itself. The wave function which is an eigenfunction of J is obtained by

rotating the ...

The generators are eigenstates of </,, the component of the

**total angular****momentum**along the symmetry axis of the nucleus, but not of J, the angularmomentum itself. The wave function which is an eigenfunction of J is obtained by

rotating 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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