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

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An interesting semi - classical formalism is that of BROGLIA and WINTHER ,

where the initial and

approximations and the cross - section is approximated by the product of an

average elastic cross ...

An interesting semi - classical formalism is that of BROGLIA and WINTHER ,

where the initial and

**final**optical waves are replaced by their WKBapproximations and the cross - section is approximated by the product of an

average elastic cross ...

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But the difference ( 81— z ) between the initial and

the nucleon is just the reaction value . Thus we find the approximate selection

rule ( 1 ) Q + } mu ? ~ 0 . 2 ) Angular momentum . The nucleon will be transferred

...

But the difference ( 81— z ) between the initial and

**final**bound - state energies ofthe nucleon is just the reaction value . Thus we find the approximate selection

rule ( 1 ) Q + } mu ? ~ 0 . 2 ) Angular momentum . The nucleon will be transferred

...

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Now the orbital angular momentum L of the

so we conclude that ( 4 ) La Eli . Finally , since the individual li have the largest

values compatible with the nuclear shell structure , we have grounds for ...

Now the orbital angular momentum L of the

**final**state must at least be equal to L ,so we conclude that ( 4 ) La Eli . Finally , since the individual li have the largest

values compatible with the nuclear shell structure , we have grounds for ...

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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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