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

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The first few orders of the effective

1st order ( b \ V \ a ) , 1 ( 3.176 ) 2nd order ( 6V ) a W1 ) a ) = ( b V ) Kova ) , Ea EQ

( 3.170 ) 3rd order ( VW ) a ) , with < a W ( 2 ) a ) defined in eq . ( 3.16b ) .

The first few orders of the effective

**residual**interaction thus take the form ( 3.17a )1st order ( b \ V \ a ) , 1 ( 3.176 ) 2nd order ( 6V ) a W1 ) a ) = ( b V ) Kova ) , Ea EQ

( 3.170 ) 3rd order ( VW ) a ) , with < a W ( 2 ) a ) defined in eq . ( 3.16b ) .

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Non - Hermiticity in the effective

has to learn to diagonalize nonsymmetric matrices and handle eigenvectors that

are nonorthogonal . Notice that the kinetic - energy contribution to the energies in

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Non - Hermiticity in the effective

**residual**interaction is really no problem - onehas to learn to diagonalize nonsymmetric matrices and handle eigenvectors that

are nonorthogonal . Notice that the kinetic - energy contribution to the energies in

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Excitation functions for final

excitation process by particle or gamma emission is the formation of a

nucleus at the ground state . One of the very first evidences for the independence

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Excitation functions for final

**residual**nuclei . - The last aspect of the de -excitation process by particle or gamma emission is the formation of a

**residual**nucleus at the ground state . One of the very first evidences for the independence

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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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