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

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Dominant SU , basis states Nucleons ( hu ) J ( j - j ) overlap 2 4,0 5 1 3 6,0 13/2 x

( dz ) : 5+ V 4/5 [ ( d ; ) odz ( 13 + / 2 ) 415 x [ ( dp ) " ( dy ) ' ] 8+ 4 8,0 8

structure of su , states R → c.m. co - ordinate of

of ...

Dominant SU , basis states Nucleons ( hu ) J ( j - j ) overlap 2 4,0 5 1 3 6,0 13/2 x

( dz ) : 5+ V 4/5 [ ( d ; ) odz ( 13 + / 2 ) 415 x [ ( dp ) " ( dy ) ' ] 8+ 4 8,0 8

**Cluster**structure of su , states R → c.m. co - ordinate of

**cluster**, → internal co - ordinatesof ...

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the centre - of - mass wave function of the

nuclear surface . It is quite clear also that the sharply cut off nature of the centre -

of - mass oscillator function is not appropriate for describing states which decay ...

the centre - of - mass wave function of the

**cluster**is not appreciably peaked in thenuclear surface . It is quite clear also that the sharply cut off nature of the centre -

of - mass oscillator function is not appropriate for describing states which decay ...

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that the nucleons interact strongly only in

problem in the sense that now the ( model ) wave function can be written as a

product of an internal wave function describing the motion in each

that the nucleons interact strongly only in

**clusters**. Our hypothesis simplifies theproblem in the sense that now the ( model ) wave function can be written as a

product of an internal wave function describing the motion in each

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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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