## 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

Knowing the

calculate how much angular ... *and body Assuming for example that the ions

have reached the rigid-body

R, ...

Knowing the

**moments of inertia**we can, from angular-momentum conservation,calculate how much angular ... *and body Assuming for example that the ions

have reached the rigid-body

**moment of inertia**at the separation distance r = R, +R, ...

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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

Introduction | 1 |

Generator coordinate DWBA for heavy ions | 8 |

Simple ideas on reaction mechanisms | 19 |

Copyright | |

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