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

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The

but 1-3 , which indeed adds up to 1 when integrated in the whole cube . It is

important at that point to specify whether the density g which is present in eq .

The

**probability**density ya is now homogeneous in the whole cube and is nothingbut 1-3 , which indeed adds up to 1 when integrated in the whole cube . It is

important at that point to specify whether the density g which is present in eq .

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2772 The

by Prom ( v / V ) , where v is the velocity = kiklu ) . The inverse reaction cross -

section for spin channel s ' and angular momentum l ' ending into a compound ...

2772 The

**probability**for the inverse reaction ( a ' - CN ) in the volume V is givenby Prom ( v / V ) , where v is the velocity = kiklu ) . The inverse reaction cross -

section for spin channel s ' and angular momentum l ' ending into a compound ...

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P ( JON , E , ) is the

compound nucleus of spin Jon integrated over all solid angles , Ø is the

azimuthal angle defining the position of Jon , P ( JN ) is the total

emission .

P ( JON , E , ) is the

**probability**for emission of a particle v with energy & , from thecompound nucleus of spin Jon integrated over all solid angles , Ø is the

azimuthal angle defining the position of Jon , P ( JN ) is the total

**probability**ofemission .

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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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