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

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Similary by interchanging x * and x and inserting a complete set of ( N + x )

nucleon functions we obtain an

17k ( 41 , + 7 || 2 + 3 + * | 1977 ( ITk ) , We shall use these general

shortly .

Similary by interchanging x * and x and inserting a complete set of ( N + x )

nucleon functions we obtain an

**expression**... ( ymith || X * ; ** 143 , 21 +1 ** ) , Jirt17k ( 41 , + 7 || 2 + 3 + * | 1977 ( ITk ) , We shall use these general

**expressions**shortly .

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The quantum - mechanical

solid angle and energy interval for decay into a particular channel a ' is given [ 52

] by 1 ( 51 ) d'oga : ( EQ ) deg , de į BzlEc • ) Pzz ( cos 6 ) , ka 21e6eno where ...

The quantum - mechanical

**expression**of the differential cross - section per unitsolid angle and energy interval for decay into a particular channel a ' is given [ 52

] by 1 ( 51 ) d'oga : ( EQ ) deg , de į BzlEc • ) Pzz ( cos 6 ) , ka 21e6eno where ...

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Additionally we have obtained an

beyond first - order perturbation theory . Of course one can also think of applying

our method to inelastic scattering or transfer reactions . What then has to be done

is ...

Additionally we have obtained an

**expression**for the absorption which goesbeyond first - order perturbation theory . Of course one can also think of applying

our method to inelastic scattering or transfer reactions . What then has to be done

is ...

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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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