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

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Let us first consider the

several classes, according to the distribution of the A nucleons over the

Let us first consider the

**eigenstates**of Ho. These states can be subdivided intoseveral classes, according to the distribution of the A nucleons over the

**eigenstates**of ho. We shall define define as class one**eigenstates**those**eigenstates**of H, ...Page 279

Thus any wave function of the system may be represented as a coherent sum of

discrete and continuous

states from ref. [11]: (1.5) y = X a.2) + Xso base) eff). Here |x} denotes the Slater ...

Thus any wave function of the system may be represented as a coherent sum of

discrete and continuous

**eigenstates**of Ho, that is to say, class-one and class-twostates from ref. [11]: (1.5) y = X a.2) + Xso base) eff). Here |x} denotes the Slater ...

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the

coupled eqs. (1.6) is to connect these two classes of states. The spectra of Hat,

and H, are given in Fig. 5. The

the

**eigenstates**|e, B) of H, are class-two states. The physical meaning of the twocoupled eqs. (1.6) is to connect these two classes of states. The spectra of Hat,

and H, are given in Fig. 5. The

**eigenstates**of Hara, describing the i etc --- bo He ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

Generator coordinate DWBA for heavy ions | 8 |

Simple ideas on reaction mechanisms | 19 |

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