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

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Thus if we define the

nucleon state may be characterized as a solution of the equation 6'P' (r', t') ©t' y (

19) [...+ volor, t') = ih and in this frame a bound-state solution is clearly of the form

...

Thus if we define the

**space**-**time**transformation r' = r — s(t), (18) t' = t , the initialnucleon state may be characterized as a solution of the equation 6'P' (r', t') ©t' y (

19) [...+ volor, t') = ih and in this frame a bound-state solution is clearly of the form

...

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In other words, the processes follow very different paths in phase

general property of liquid flow, ... 2 and 3), while there is no neck before the

of contact in the drop collision (Fig. 3, no. 2). In the liquid-drop collision there is ...

In other words, the processes follow very different paths in phase

**space**. This is ageneral property of liquid flow, ... 2 and 3), while there is no neck before the

**time**of contact in the drop collision (Fig. 3, no. 2). In the liquid-drop collision there is ...

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For this reason it is not interesting to solve at each iteration the partial-derivative

HF equations directly in the configuration

to develop the Hartree-Fock individual wave functions on a basis and one is led ...

For this reason it is not interesting to solve at each iteration the partial-derivative

HF equations directly in the configuration

**space**. In order to save**time**one prefersto develop the Hartree-Fock individual wave functions on a basis and one is led ...

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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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