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

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If the total angular momentum results from a

particle angular momenta, the mean square projection (M*) is equal to the

number of particles times the mean square projection per particle and the

Gaussian ...

If the total angular momentum results from a

**random**coupling of the individual-particle angular momenta, the mean square projection (M*) is equal to the

number of particles times the mean square projection per particle and the

Gaussian ...

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43f) and 43g) where the excitation functions for the *C("O, O.)**Mg reactions

summed over levels chosen essentially at

c.m. Thus there is little doubt that, whatever the nature of the resonant state

around 36.5 ...

43f) and 43g) where the excitation functions for the *C("O, O.)**Mg reactions

summed over levels chosen essentially at

**random**show a dip near 19.7 MeVc.m. Thus there is little doubt that, whatever the nature of the resonant state

around 36.5 ...

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[69] and [75] on a purely

unlikely. The probability of occurrence of a structure 1 MeV wide (1 MeV - 8 T) in

three 7 MeV (~ 56 I") long excitation functions within the same 1 MeV interval ...

[69] and [75] on a purely

**random**statistical basis is, if not impossible, at least veryunlikely. The probability of occurrence of a structure 1 MeV wide (1 MeV - 8 T) in

three 7 MeV (~ 56 I") long excitation functions within the same 1 MeV interval ...

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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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