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

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Notice that the effective

though the

Hermitian. For real functions the Hermiticity of V implies (b|V|a) = (a|V|b). Even in

second ...

Notice that the effective

**residual interaction**is not necessarily Hermitian eventhough the

**residual interaction**from physical arguments must be assumedHermitian. For real functions the Hermiticity of V implies (b|V|a) = (a|V|b). Even in

second ...

Page 107

What we must consider however is that the kinetic-energy operator of the

effective Hamiltonian is only part of the real kinetic-energy operator—the

remaining part is absorbed in the effective

one cannot ...

What we must consider however is that the kinetic-energy operator of the

effective Hamiltonian is only part of the real kinetic-energy operator—the

remaining part is absorbed in the effective

**residual interaction**. Thus, althoughone cannot ...

Page 110

solution corresponding to the energy used to construct the effective interaction

would have meaning. ... the effective

one has to learn to diagonalize nonsymmetric matrices and handle eigenvectors

that ...

solution corresponding to the energy used to construct the effective interaction

would have meaning. ... the effective

**residual interaction**is really no problem—one has to learn to diagonalize nonsymmetric matrices and handle eigenvectors

that ...

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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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