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

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any DWBA calculation has to face three problems , namely ambiguities in optical

potentials , difficulties in a good spectroscopic analysis of form

technical handling of the sixfold integral , eq . ( 2.1 ) , with possibly various recoil

...

any DWBA calculation has to face three problems , namely ambiguities in optical

potentials , difficulties in a good spectroscopic analysis of form

**factors**and thetechnical handling of the sixfold integral , eq . ( 2.1 ) , with possibly various recoil

...

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At first sight in the microscopic calculation of form

of , say , three nucleons , is of the order of three times the onenucleon separation

energy . One thus expects a shorter - ranged form

At first sight in the microscopic calculation of form

**factors**, the separation energyof , say , three nucleons , is of the order of three times the onenucleon separation

energy . One thus expects a shorter - ranged form

**factor**for three - nucleon ...Page 414

The spectroscopic

extracted spectroscopic

transition strength given by the ( He , d ) results [ 6 ] or not , in that case N = 1 . It

can be ...

The spectroscopic

**factors**obtained for 65Cu are presented in Table II . Theextracted spectroscopic

**factors**are either normalized by the**factor**N to the g.s.transition strength given by the ( He , d ) results [ 6 ] or not , in that case N = 1 . It

can be ...

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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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