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

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Several criteria have been suggested, from projection from a higher

solution to projection from particle-hole excitations out of the lowest

solution [28, 29]. Unfortunately these additional states are not necessarily ...

Several criteria have been suggested, from projection from a higher

**Hartree**-**Fock**solution to projection from particle-hole excitations out of the lowest

**Hartree**-**Fock**solution [28, 29]. Unfortunately these additional states are not necessarily ...

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the latter being the expectation value of the exchange mixture in two-body states

with isospin, spin values T and S. For an N = Z even-even nucleus, the

the latter being the expectation value of the exchange mixture in two-body states

with isospin, spin values T and S. For an N = Z even-even nucleus, the

**Hartree**-**Fock**field of H, is exactly that of a deformed harmonic oscillator. The exchange ...Page 116

Thus the variation after projection

expectation value of H, in projected states from oscillator intrinsic states with

varying deformation and determining minima for each J. Although the

Thus the variation after projection

**Hartree**-**Fock**calculation reduces to finding theexpectation value of H, in projected states from oscillator intrinsic states with

varying deformation and determining minima for each J. Although the

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

Generator coordinate DWBA for heavy ions | 8 |

Simple ideas on reaction mechanisms | 19 |

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