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

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Narrow structures in the Coulomb -

origin of the investigation in the Coulomb and sub - Coulomb regions ( ** ) lies

with the early results of ALMQUIST , BROMLEY and KUEHNER [ 21 ] . These

authors ...

Narrow structures in the Coulomb -

**barrier**region : a survey of data ( * ) . Theorigin of the investigation in the Coulomb and sub - Coulomb regions ( ** ) lies

with the early results of ALMQUIST , BROMLEY and KUEHNER [ 21 ] . These

authors ...

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A value of a = A / 7 ( MeV ) -- and a radius R = 1.7x4 were used to calculate the

Coulomb

very approximate since the effects of symmetry in the entrance channel and of ...

A value of a = A / 7 ( MeV ) -- and a radius R = 1.7x4 were used to calculate the

Coulomb

**barrier**. For 12C + 12C , e ~ 104 levels / MeV . The estimates above arevery approximate since the effects of symmetry in the entrance channel and of ...

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The

where the two fragments are just touching . Indeed one can compare this value to

the charge radius of 160 which is 2.73 fm . The height of the

The

**barrier**occurs at a distance of 8.85 fm , which corresponds to a situationwhere the two fragments are just touching . Indeed one can compare this value to

the charge radius of 160 which is 2.73 fm . The height of the

**barrier**is 8.8 MeV .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

Generator coordinate DWBA for heavy ions | 8 |

Simple ideas on reaction mechanisms | 19 |

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