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

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From all the above considerations it is

defolding is a solved question . 23. An analytical model . - As a very simple case

one considers a reaction d + d → He + n . The first deuteron is

From all the above considerations it is

**assumed**from now on that the problem ofdefolding is a solved question . 23. An analytical model . - As a very simple case

one considers a reaction d + d → He + n . The first deuteron is

**assumed**to be ...Page 17

Exercises corresponding to Sect . 2. In the present model the deuteron and 3He

shell model wave functions are

222 ] and r 23 exp [ - ( x + xy + x3 ) / 222 ] . 9 N The Hamiltonian is

...

Exercises corresponding to Sect . 2. In the present model the deuteron and 3He

shell model wave functions are

**assumed**to be respectively 07-3 exp ( - ( a + x ) /222 ] and r 23 exp [ - ( x + xy + x3 ) / 222 ] . 9 N The Hamiltonian is

**assumed**to be...

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Finally , if there is in the deflection curve a secondary flat part which is not made

meaningless by strong absorption or by important corrections to the

optical potential , a peak at angle 6 , in angular distributions might reveal deep ...

Finally , if there is in the deflection curve a secondary flat part which is not made

meaningless by strong absorption or by important corrections to the

**assumed**optical potential , a peak at angle 6 , in angular distributions might reveal deep ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

Generator coordinate DWBA for heavy ions | 8 |

Simple ideas on reaction mechanisms | 19 |

Copyright | |

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