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

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... Oor complete fusion and Oif incomplete fusion , and inelastic processes . For

very heavy projectiles ( 4 , > 40 ) Ocp has a threshold

appears for complete fusion which is

... Oor complete fusion and Oif incomplete fusion , and inelastic processes . For

very heavy projectiles ( 4 , > 40 ) Ocp has a threshold

**higher**than oro A barrierappears for complete fusion which is

**higher**than the classical interaction barrier .Page 364

... well into groups , and the nuclide assignments are made , also with the help of

other means , small shifts of the maximum of excitation function , together with its

intensity relations , help us determine the spin assignments . The

... well into groups , and the nuclide assignments are made , also with the help of

other means , small shifts of the maximum of excitation function , together with its

intensity relations , help us determine the spin assignments . The

**higher**...Page 377

One of the difficulties in observing the capture is the fact that excitation of the

compound nucleus gets too high already at the Coulomb barrier of the incident

heavy ion if this is heavier than 1 ° C . Too high means

the ...

One of the difficulties in observing the capture is the fact that excitation of the

compound nucleus gets too high already at the Coulomb barrier of the incident

heavy ion if this is heavier than 1 ° C . Too high means

**higher**than the energy ofthe ...

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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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