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

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An optimum distance of closest approach exists giving the longest

lifetimes of the quasi - atom : an bope V3 ( 3 ) n3 Tcou < T . = 10-16 ( 8 ) with

VODU ma The largest lifetimes of quasi - atoms are obtained near the lowest

An optimum distance of closest approach exists giving the longest

**possible**lifetimes of the quasi - atom : an bope V3 ( 3 ) n3 Tcou < T . = 10-16 ( 8 ) with

VODU ma The largest lifetimes of quasi - atoms are obtained near the lowest

**possible**...Page 400

It is not

the line - width , as the end - point energy experimentally determined becomes a

question of statistics [ 19 ] . Compared to outer shells the crosssections to ...

It is not

**possible**to determine end - point energies of the spectra without knowingthe line - width , as the end - point energy experimentally determined becomes a

question of statistics [ 19 ] . Compared to outer shells the crosssections to ...

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explicitly in terms of local quantities like the nucleon density and its derivatives or

the kinetic density [ 9 ] , it is

each of these quantities . The second advantage is due to the small number of ...

explicitly in terms of local quantities like the nucleon density and its derivatives or

the kinetic density [ 9 ] , it is

**possible**to get a physical insight into the influence ofeach of these quantities . The second advantage is due to the small number of ...

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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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