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

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properties of two-nucleon transfer because the

written as a sum of coupled 2-meutron and 2-proton operators. For example, for ...

**Alpha**transfer. — Many properties of**alpha**transfer can be understood in terms ofproperties of two-nucleon transfer because the

**alpha**transfer operator can bewritten as a sum of coupled 2-meutron and 2-proton operators. For example, for ...

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(41) that contains only 0.13% of the total L = 2

single-particle frlevel below the p-levels, we still have *(;), but the effect of the

pairing interaction is to produce a correlated state for the angular-momentum-

zero ...

(41) that contains only 0.13% of the total L = 2

**alpha**transfer. In case B), with thesingle-particle frlevel below the p-levels, we still have *(;), but the effect of the

pairing interaction is to produce a correlated state for the angular-momentum-

zero ...

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[42] support the idea of

in **Mg. The detailed nature of such configurations can, at present, only be

conjectured on the basis of simple classifications like the ones in ref. [37]. In spite

of ...

[42] support the idea of

**alpha**-like configurations responsible for the resonancesin **Mg. The detailed nature of such configurations can, at present, only be

conjectured on the basis of simple classifications like the ones in ref. [37]. In spite

of ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

Generator coordinate DWBA for heavy ions | 8 |

Simple ideas on reaction mechanisms | 19 |

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