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

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With the notations which are used in the above triangle, the traditional DWBA

integral reads, for instance, (2.1) .7 = sda dy q'-”(x') z*(y') r"(y") Z(y) q"(x), where q(

t) is the initial optical wave, z the projectile

the ...

With the notations which are used in the above triangle, the traditional DWBA

integral reads, for instance, (2.1) .7 = sda dy q'-”(x') z*(y') r"(y") Z(y) q"(x), where q(

t) is the initial optical wave, z the projectile

**form factor**, v' the driving potential inthe ...

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At first sight in the microscopic calculation of

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

energy. One thus expects a shorter-ranged

...

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 transfer...

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In order to estimate the effect on the cross-section of the Q = 3 and Q = 5

admixtures, we need the effect of the altered c.m. function on the

example in the “O transition to I = } in 19C where for pure (1p)"-configurations & H

...

In order to estimate the effect on the cross-section of the Q = 3 and Q = 5

admixtures, we need the effect of the altered c.m. function on the

**form factor**. Forexample in the “O transition to I = } in 19C where for pure (1p)"-configurations & H

...

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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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