## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 62N. Zanichelli, 1976 - Nuclear physics |

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Thus, again if we neglect recoil effects, approximate conservation of angular

momentum gives the relation (2) hL as most, .

diagram suggests that the reaction should proceed most efficiently when the

nucleon ...

Thus, again if we neglect recoil effects, approximate conservation of angular

momentum gives the relation (2) hL as most, .

**3**) Reaction**geometry**. Finally, thediagram suggests that the reaction should proceed most efficiently when the

nucleon ...

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(0l), 1) #mv" + Q = 0, 2) mush as l/R, ,

used in semi-classical calculation, final expression for reaction amplitude and

summary of selection rules in one-particle transfer. the nucleon has transferred to

a ...

(0l), 1) #mv" + Q = 0, 2) mush as l/R, ,

**3**) l+A = even. Fig. 2. — Detailed**geometry**used in semi-classical calculation, final expression for reaction amplitude and

summary of selection rules in one-particle transfer. the nucleon has transferred to

a ...

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The deflection angle gets

the orbit, 1, 2 and

the Rutherford orbit of energy E, and is (2.14) A0, - 90°– arccos 1 + arccos", + R, ...

The deflection angle gets

**three**different contributions from the**three**sections ofthe orbit, 1, 2 and

**3**. Orbit section 1. The angle is determined from the**geometry**ofthe Rutherford orbit of energy E, and is (2.14) A0, - 90°– arccos 1 + arccos", + R, ...

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### Contents

Gruppo fotografico dei partecipanti al Corso fuori testo | 1 |

Simple ideas on reaction mechanisms | 19 |

B BUCK Nuclearstructure information from severalnucleon | 29 |

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