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

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Quasi - molecular K X - ray

proton transfer reactions induced by 160 beam on Ni and Ge isotopes . 407 • 407

409 >> 414 . 1. Introduction 2.

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Quasi - molecular K X - ray

**experiments**390 400 M. MERMAZ - One- and two -proton transfer reactions induced by 160 beam on Ni and Ge isotopes . 407 • 407

409 >> 414 . 1. Introduction 2.

**Experimental**procedure . 3. The ( 12C , 11B ) and...

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In spite of the remarkable success encountered by calculations based on the

coupling of many - particle quasi - bound states to the 1 - particle - 1 - hole

continuum in reproducing

appropriate . a ...

In spite of the remarkable success encountered by calculations based on the

coupling of many - particle quasi - bound states to the 1 - particle - 1 - hole

continuum in reproducing

**experimental**data , a few cautioning remarks areappropriate . a ...

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in cross - section as has been shown by

MEYERHOF [ 20 ] . Thus experimentally the most promising systems to observe

quasi - molecular K X - rays are systems with combined atomic numbers leading

to ...

in cross - section as has been shown by

**experiments**of SPECHT [ 5 ] andMEYERHOF [ 20 ] . Thus experimentally the most promising systems to observe

quasi - molecular K X - rays are systems with combined atomic numbers leading

to ...

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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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