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

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In this Subsection we investigate nuclearstructure effects in the 1p - shell as

nucleons and a state 1 , T , ko with n - 3 1p nucleons . The wave functions are

taken from ...

In this Subsection we investigate nuclearstructure effects in the 1p - shell as

**given**by the parentage amplitude ( PA ) between a state I Tk which has n lpnucleons and a state 1 , T , ko with n - 3 1p nucleons . The wave functions are

taken from ...

Page 187

The very large angular - momentum population broadens the range for a

excitation function . If the compound nucleus shares a large angular momentum ,

an important fraction of the energy is dissipated by gamma - rays , particularly ...

The very large angular - momentum population broadens the range for a

**given**excitation function . If the compound nucleus shares a large angular momentum ,

an important fraction of the energy is dissipated by gamma - rays , particularly ...

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The total energy of the system in the scission point is

U , + Ec , where E , is the fragment kinetic energy at scission . In a preliminary

way we assume a

one ...

The total energy of the system in the scission point is

**given**by ( 8 ) E , = E , + UitU , + Ec , where E , is the fragment kinetic energy at scission . In a preliminary

way we assume a

**given**value of E , for any fragment pair , which means there isone ...

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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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