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

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In the case of

normalized to unity inside a large box (much larger than the nuclear radius). For

instance, if the box is a cube, with each side length l, one gets for

1.4) ...

In the case of

**plane**waves the same dimensions can be imposed on p if it isnormalized to unity inside a large box (much larger than the nuclear radius). For

instance, if the box is a cube, with each side length l, one gets for

**plane**WaVes (1.4) ...

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Case A : the deformation axis is in the

angles to the angular momentum. The two fragments are drawn away by rotation

into an axis at right angles to the deformation axis. Case B: the deformation axis

is at ...

Case A : the deformation axis is in the

**plane**of rotation and therefore at rightangles to the angular momentum. The two fragments are drawn away by rotation

into an axis at right angles to the deformation axis. Case B: the deformation axis

is at ...

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But one can answer this question by measuring the

This can be done by using the p-dependence of the Compton-scattering cross-

section. In the Compton scattering the preferred direction of the reaction

...

But one can answer this question by measuring the

**plane**of linear polarization.This can be done by using the p-dependence of the Compton-scattering cross-

section. In the Compton scattering the preferred direction of the reaction

**plane**is...

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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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