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

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when operating on states within the model

defined to operate to the right . Where the direction of operation is important we

shall explicitly indicate it with an arrow thus W = W. The operator W enables us to

...

when operating on states within the model

**space**. Notice that the operator isdefined to operate to the right . Where the direction of operation is important we

shall explicitly indicate it with an arrow thus W = W. The operator W enables us to

...

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( 3.12 ) involves matrix elements of V within the included

term in eq . ( 3.16b ) ) — it is the presence of these matrix elements that has

forced the construction of the so - called « folded diagram » which seems to carry

with it ...

( 3.12 ) involves matrix elements of V within the included

**space**S , ( see the lastterm in eq . ( 3.16b ) ) — it is the presence of these matrix elements that has

forced the construction of the so - called « folded diagram » which seems to carry

with it ...

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The model

four particles in the ( 28 , 1d ) -shell . Within this

) J - states is as follows : J = 0 + ( 21 ) , 2+ ( 56 ) , 4+ ( 49 ) , 6+ ( 17 ) and 8+ ( 3 ) .

The model

**space**we choose for 2 ° Ne consists of closed 18 and 1p shells andfour particles in the ( 28 , 1d ) -shell . Within this

**space**the number of T = 0 ( even) J - states is as follows : J = 0 + ( 21 ) , 2+ ( 56 ) , 4+ ( 49 ) , 6+ ( 17 ) and 8+ ( 3 ) .

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

Generator coordinate DWBA for heavy ions | 8 |

Simple ideas on reaction mechanisms | 19 |

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