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

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What we must

effective Hamiltonian is only part of the real kinetic-energy operator—the

remaining part is absorbed in the effective residual interaction. Thus, although

one cannot ...

What we must

**consider**however is that the kinetic-energy operator of theeffective Hamiltonian is only part of the real kinetic-energy operator—the

remaining part is absorbed in the effective residual interaction. Thus, although

one cannot ...

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It was soon realized however that one must

one is to understand spectra. Now, instead of trying to

residual interaction, we choose at first only that part that contributes towards the ...

It was soon realized however that one must

**consider**the residual interaction ifone is to understand spectra. Now, instead of trying to

**consider**the whole of theresidual interaction, we choose at first only that part that contributes towards the ...

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In

renormalization to the matrix elements of the (80)-representation, i.e. we

only the states a&0L). We put a label a in the state to remind ourselves that it is ...

In

**considering**the renormalization of the full potential v. we**consider**first only therenormalization to the matrix elements of the (80)-representation, i.e. we

**consider**only the states a&0L). We put a label a in the state to remind ourselves that it is ...

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### Contents

Gruppo fotografico dei partecipanti al Corso fuori testo | 1 |

Simple ideas on reaction mechanisms | 19 |

B BUCK Nuclearstructure information from severalnucleon | 29 |

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