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

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is the density carried by the wave and v is the

k and the reduced mass u. The product ov has the dimensions (L-4T-1), a

probability per unit of surface and unit of time. As an other example, the matrix

element ...

is the density carried by the wave and v is the

**velocity**defined by the momentumk and the reduced mass u. The product ov has the dimensions (L-4T-1), a

probability per unit of surface and unit of time. As an other example, the matrix

element ...

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Conversely, one may stop the wave and set the scattering centre in motion with

the same, but reversed

center : <—e The new image (still wave and moving centre) is very close to the ...

Conversely, one may stop the wave and set the scattering centre in motion with

the same, but reversed

**velocity**. the wave the center :-- - the box the wave thecenter : <—e The new image (still wave and moving centre) is very close to the ...

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They are set equal to the values of the combined system. Equation (1a) is

equivalent to a minimum value of the collision

20, and n the principal quantum number. This minimum

build ...

They are set equal to the values of the combined system. Equation (1a) is

equivalent to a minimum value of the collision

**velocity**v : (1b) *>2-10too with vo–20, and n the principal quantum number. This minimum

**velocity**is necessary tobuild ...

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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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