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

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The role of the model Hamiltonian and the

spectrum. – It is instructive to analyse this consistency treatment in some detail by

looking at the renormalization of each part of the Hamiltonian H = ho-H V

separately ...

The role of the model Hamiltonian and the

**kinetic energy**in determining thespectrum. – It is instructive to analyse this consistency treatment in some detail by

looking at the renormalization of each part of the Hamiltonian H = ho-H V

separately ...

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solution corresponding to the energy used to construct the effective interaction

would have meaning. To estimate the second ... Notice that the

contribution to the energies in the exact solution is 2 2 {bm|T|bn) = }o. (. +})( + p –

4. + !

solution corresponding to the energy used to construct the effective interaction

would have meaning. To estimate the second ... Notice that the

**kinetic**-**energy**contribution to the energies in the exact solution is 2 2 {bm|T|bn) = }o. (. +})( + p –

4. + !

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At a given

lh at a distance R which corresponds to the intersection of the

ordinate and of the potential-energy curve for that particular l-wave. This is true ...

At a given

**kinetic energy**, the incoming velocity becomes equal to zero for a givenlh at a distance R which corresponds to the intersection of the

**kinetic**-**energy**ordinate and of the potential-energy curve for that particular l-wave. This is true ...

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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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