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

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This is due , of course , to the centre - of - mass zero - point motions which plague

shell model wave functions . With the notations which are used in the above

triangle , the traditional DWBA

y ...

This is due , of course , to the centre - of - mass zero - point motions which plague

shell model wave functions . With the notations which are used in the above

triangle , the traditional DWBA

**integral**reads , for instance , ( 2.1 ) ( - ) * ( x ' ) % * (y ...

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the transferred nucleons are slightly more distant from the core than when the

core is in the middle B Finally , it is clear that whatever method one uses for the

calculation of the

described ...

the transferred nucleons are slightly more distant from the core than when the

core is in the middle B Finally , it is clear that whatever method one uses for the

calculation of the

**integral**, eq . ( 2.2 ) , the form factor cannot in general bedescribed ...

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the transition amplitude for the reaction A ( a , b ) B with a = b + , B = A + 2 is ( 1 )

T. = SSx67 * ( kop lop ) Do you had beel , BbAa where in the post form of the

theory D is an

& c ...

the transition amplitude for the reaction A ( a , b ) B with a = b + , B = A + 2 is ( 1 )

T. = SSx67 * ( kop lop ) Do you had beel , BbAa where in the post form of the

theory D is an

**integral**over the internal co - ordinates & , and go of the cores and& c ...

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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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