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

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would have meaning. To estimate the second

Hamiltonian would have to be constructed (corresponding to the energy of the

second ...

**solution**corresponding to the energy used to construct the effective interactionwould have meaning. To estimate the second

**solution**a different effectiveHamiltonian would have to be constructed (corresponding to the energy of the

second ...

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Where these curves cut the 45° line e' = e denotes the self-consistent

Clearly for a = –0.0035 the curve does not cut the e' = e line indicating no Hartree

-Fock

Where these curves cut the 45° line e' = e denotes the self-consistent

**solution**.Clearly for a = –0.0035 the curve does not cut the e' = e line indicating no Hartree

-Fock

**solution**—as indeed the curves on Fig. 5 showed us. The curve (a) for a ...Page 585

Method of

rapid decrease of g(q) when q → co. For a bound-state problem g(q) might

decrease fast enough and hence we might discretize and replace the infinite

upper limit ...

Method of

**solution**for scattering cases. The properties shown above impose arapid decrease of g(q) when q → co. For a bound-state problem g(q) might

decrease fast enough and hence we might discretize and replace the infinite

upper limit ...

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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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