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

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around the crossing point of the unperturbed

of Fig . ... According to this model , there is backbending whenever the ground -

state rotational

around the crossing point of the unperturbed

**bands**, resulting in the solid curvesof Fig . ... According to this model , there is backbending whenever the ground -

state rotational

**band**weakly interacts with another rotational**band**, starting at ...Page 446

with spin : the yrast

and the « third »

the first crossing point , the third

with spin : the yrast

**band**is mainly the g.s.**band**below the second crossing pointand the « third »

**band**above ; the yrare**band**is essentially the B -**band**belowthe first crossing point , the third

**band**between the two and the g.s.**band**above ...Page 448

20 ' levels , again suggesting a

branching ratio situation is given in Fig . 5 ( ref . [ 13 ] ) . In particular , B ( E2 , 16

→ 14 ' ) / B ( E2 , 16 → 14 ) is about 5 , suggesting that the first 16 level belongs

to ...

20 ' levels , again suggesting a

**band**crossing between spin 16 and 18 . Thebranching ratio situation is given in Fig . 5 ( ref . [ 13 ] ) . In particular , B ( E2 , 16

→ 14 ' ) / B ( E2 , 16 → 14 ) is about 5 , suggesting that the first 16 level belongs

to ...

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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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