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

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Moreover the model described above assumes that the

rigid-body

nucleus. It is very probable that at the saddle point the

Moreover the model described above assumes that the

**moment of inertia**Jo is arigid-body

**moment of inertia**for the deformed nucleus as well as for the sphericalnucleus. It is very probable that at the saddle point the

**moment of inertia**has not ...Page 234

The maximum amount of angular momentum which can be transferred is

obtained when the total system rotates as a whole (sticking situation). Knowing

the

how ...

The maximum amount of angular momentum which can be transferred is

obtained when the total system rotates as a whole (sticking situation). Knowing

the

**moments of inertia**we can, from angular-momentum conservation, calculatehow ...

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J(J.-H. 1) which relates the energy of a level E(J) to its spin J and to the nuclear

successive members of this band E. – E(J--2) — E(J) do not increase linearly with

J as ...

J(J.-H. 1) which relates the energy of a level E(J) to its spin J and to the nuclear

**moment of inertia**.s. The experimental energies of the Y-rays connecting twosuccessive members of this band E. – E(J--2) — E(J) do not increase linearly with

J as ...

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### Contents

Gruppo fotografico dei partecipanti al Corso fuori testo | 1 |

Simple ideas on reaction mechanisms | 19 |

B BUCK Nuclearstructure information from severalnucleon | 29 |

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alpha amplitude angle angular distribution angular momentum approximation C+*C calculation centre-of-mass co-ordinates collision compound nucleus configurations continuum core corresponding Coulomb barrier coupling cross-section curve decay deformation DWBA effective eigenstates elastic scattering emission excitation energy excitation functions exit channel experimental fission form factor fragments gamma-rays ground-state Hamiltonian Hartree-Fock heavy ions heavy-ion high-spin incident energy isospin isotopes kinetic energy Lett level density mass matrix elements measured molecular moment of inertia neutron Nucl nuclear nuclei nucleons observed obtained operator optical potential orbits oscillator parameter particle peak Phys projectile proton quadrupole quasi-atom quasi-bound region renormalization residual interaction resonances rotational band shell model shown in Fig shows single-particle spectra spectroscopic spectrum spherical spherical-shell model spin structure sudden approximation target tion transfer reactions transition two-proton transfer values wave function width X-rays Y-ray yrast