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

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This advantage derives from the generator co - ordinate expansions of p + ) and

Y - through eqs . ( 19 ) and ( 22 ) . All the manipulations of internal co - ordinates

which were demanded by eq . ( 2.2 ) , for

This advantage derives from the generator co - ordinate expansions of p + ) and

Y - through eqs . ( 19 ) and ( 22 ) . All the manipulations of internal co - ordinates

which were demanded by eq . ( 2.2 ) , for

**example**, become unnecessary .Page 224

An

explanation . When an attractive nuclear potential of for

shape is added to the Coulomb potential , then the maximum of the resulting ...

An

**example**is seen in our calculation of the potential in Fig . 1. This has a trivialexplanation . When an attractive nuclear potential of for

**example**Saxon - Woodsshape is added to the Coulomb potential , then the maximum of the resulting ...

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Since for heavy - ion reactions , at least when they are not done at too high

energy ( an energy per nucleon less than 20 MeV for

relative momentum of any pair of nucleons will be of the same order of magnitude

, one ...

Since for heavy - ion reactions , at least when they are not done at too high

energy ( an energy per nucleon less than 20 MeV for

**example**) , the maximumrelative momentum of any pair of nucleons will be of the same order of magnitude

, one ...

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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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