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

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The fusion of two centrally

in Fig. 3. Similarly the fission of ... In the liquid-drop

complete fusion, but the final stages may look like fission. Such a case is shown ...

The fusion of two centrally

**colliding**water drops is sketched in a series of picturesin Fig. 3. Similarly the fission of ... In the liquid-drop

**collision**there is not alwayscomplete fusion, but the final stages may look like fission. Such a case is shown ...

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Lifetime of the quasi-atom 9 and

lifetime goes to zero as well for very small and large values of the velocity. For

small values of v there is no overlap of the two

of v the ...

Lifetime of the quasi-atom 9 and

**collision**time are used as synonyms. Thelifetime goes to zero as well for very small and large values of the velocity. For

small values of v there is no overlap of the two

**colliding**systems, for large valuesof v the ...

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[27] investigated molecular K X-rays from systems with combined Z values

between 26 and 58. If the molecular X-rays are produced by a two-

process, then it is of no importance how in the first

produced ...

[27] investigated molecular K X-rays from systems with combined Z values

between 26 and 58. If the molecular X-rays are produced by a two-

**collision**process, then it is of no importance how in the first

**collision**the vacancy has beenproduced ...

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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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