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

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which form the eigensolutions of some model

Thus we express the exact wave functions in the form (3.3) 'pk = X Cop. i By pre-

multiplying eq. (2.1) by the bra (p, we easily derive the set of algebraic equations

...

which form the eigensolutions of some model

**Hamiltonian**h (3.2) hop. = e, p.Thus we express the exact wave functions in the form (3.3) 'pk = X Cop. i By pre-

multiplying eq. (2.1) by the bra (p, we easily derive the set of algebraic equations

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in order that the effective

same answer. 3'4. The role of the model

determining the spectrum. – It is instructive to analyse this consistency treatment

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in order that the effective

**Hamiltonian**and effective operator approaches yield thesame answer. 3'4. The role of the model

**Hamiltonian**and the kinetic energy indetermining the spectrum. – It is instructive to analyse this consistency treatment

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Let us suppose for the moment that H, is constructed from the HartreeFock field of

some fundamental

nucleus (ignoring Coulomb effects) we can write the singleparticle Hartree-Fock ...

Let us suppose for the moment that H, is constructed from the HartreeFock field of

some fundamental

**Hamiltonian**H. For an N = Z, axially symmetric even-evennucleus (ignoring Coulomb effects) we can write the singleparticle Hartree-Fock ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

Generator coordinate DWBA for heavy ions | 8 |

Simple ideas on reaction mechanisms | 19 |

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