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

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... as a

learn in other lectures at this school . Why does the « deformed shell model »

succeed in describing enhancements where the « bare » spherical shell model

fails !

... as a

**means**of understanding the features of a - transfer reactions as we shalllearn in other lectures at this school . Why does the « deformed shell model »

succeed in describing enhancements where the « bare » spherical shell model

fails !

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When the measured ratio ON / 0 , is low , as it was found [ 7 , 12-15 ] for a number

of systems , it

the lħ population . Since there is a gap between the ultimate partial wave at ...

When the measured ratio ON / 0 , is low , as it was found [ 7 , 12-15 ] for a number

of systems , it

**means**, according to this concept , that there is a cut - off value inthe lħ population . Since there is a gap between the ultimate partial wave at ...

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2 , with this single constraint one is able to describe the extrema of the

multidimensional energy surface , which in the case of heavy - ion reactions

thus think that in ...

2 , with this single constraint one is able to describe the extrema of the

multidimensional energy surface , which in the case of heavy - ion reactions

**means**the top of the interaction barrier and the equilibrium configurations . Wethus think that in ...

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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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