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

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C) the same as B) but with the addition of a

between neutrons and protons. In all cases we have isospin zero, so the

occupation of orbitals is the same for neutrons as for protons. In case A) we

would expect ...

C) the same as B) but with the addition of a

**quadrupole**-**quadrupole**interactionbetween neutrons and protons. In all cases we have isospin zero, so the

occupation of orbitals is the same for neutrons as for protons. In case A) we

would expect ...

Page 86

For transitions and moments for T = 0 states, one sees that the electric-

an enhancement factor e = 1 + m, + m, . Thus with the usual assumption ma = m,

= m = 0.5 ...

For transitions and moments for T = 0 states, one sees that the electric-

**quadrupole**operator is simply proportional to the mass**quadrupole**operator withan enhancement factor e = 1 + m, + m, . Thus with the usual assumption ma = m,

= m = 0.5 ...

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On the other hand, one could seek the possibility to depend on the

giant resonance. This seems to have advantages over E1 capture due to

following reasons: i) For a system composed of two heavy ions, the dipole

moment is ...

On the other hand, one could seek the possibility to depend on the

**quadrupole**giant resonance. This seems to have advantages over E1 capture due to

following reasons: i) For a system composed of two heavy ions, the dipole

moment is ...

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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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