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

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The

items and other items inside and outside the list will be much better covered by

other lecturers at the

The

**present**lectures cover mainly part of items 3 ) and 5 ) of the list . The sameitems and other items inside and outside the list will be much better covered by

other lecturers at the

**present**session of the Enrico Fermi School at Varenna .Page 276

Outline of the formalism : the qualitative basis . - The correct treatment of this fine

structure in the continuum is , at

complete treatment of n - particle - n - hole quasi - bound configurations , where ...

Outline of the formalism : the qualitative basis . - The correct treatment of this fine

structure in the continuum is , at

**present**, out of sight of the nuclear theories . Thecomplete treatment of n - particle - n - hole quasi - bound configurations , where ...

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The spectra of the two - body 117 nuclei show very strong similarities . In

particular the expected sequence 0+ , 2+ , 4+ , 6+ is

the same excitation energies . Spectroscopic factors for all these states in 50Ti

and for ...

The spectra of the two - body 117 nuclei show very strong similarities . In

particular the expected sequence 0+ , 2+ , 4+ , 6+ is

**present**in all nuclei at aboutthe same excitation energies . Spectroscopic factors for all these states in 50Ti

and for ...

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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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