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

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So far I have used simple ideas derived from the (j-j)-coupled shell model to

discuss the nature of the selectively populated states and I have stated that the

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So far I have used simple ideas derived from the (j-j)-coupled shell model to

discuss the nature of the selectively populated states and I have stated that the

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**configurations**are dominant components in the results of large-scale ...Page 276

It is through such approximations that we can discern the presence of simple

formalism: the qualitative basis. – The correct treatment of this fine structure in the

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It is through such approximations that we can discern the presence of simple

**configurations**in studying the structure in excitation functions. 12. Outline of theformalism: the qualitative basis. – The correct treatment of this fine structure in the

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the expansion (1.5) of the wave function by singling out such

wo-X'... soooo-Yo. o: The first two terms in the expansion (1.7) represent,

respectively, 1p-1h. bound and unbound (continuum)

described in eq ...

the expansion (1.5) of the wave function by singling out such

**configurations**: (1.7)wo-X'... soooo-Yo. o: The first two terms in the expansion (1.7) represent,

respectively, 1p-1h. bound and unbound (continuum)

**configurations**asdescribed in eq ...

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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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