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

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Such an effect is typical of the strong

continuum configurations through the nuclear interaction. The

quasi-bound state to the ground state is done through the intermediary of the ...

Such an effect is typical of the strong

**coupling**of the quasi-bound state with thecontinuum configurations through the nuclear interaction. The

**coupling**of thequasi-bound state to the ground state is done through the intermediary of the ...

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Add iii) the range of deformation, where the rotation-aligned

expected to be valid, ranges within 0.1 × 3|< 0.25. The wave function of a strongly

coupled state is given by (1) "Poo F xh *o y wher X, is the intrinsic Nilsson wave ...

Add iii) the range of deformation, where the rotation-aligned

**coupling**scheme isexpected to be valid, ranges within 0.1 × 3|< 0.25. The wave function of a strongly

coupled state is given by (1) "Poo F xh *o y wher X, is the intrinsic Nilsson wave ...

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This indicates that the weak-

description for these nuclei but the rotation-aligned

Another check on the validity of this new

comparing ...

This indicates that the weak-

**coupling**scheme does not yield the appropriatedescription for these nuclei but the rotation-aligned

**coupling**scheme does.Another check on the validity of this new

**coupling**scheme can be obtained bycomparing ...

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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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