## Neutron-nucleus collisions, a probe of nuclear structure: (Burr Oak State Park, Ohio, 1984) |

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The transmission coefficient is normally expressed in terms of the S-

1< S >|2 (2) c 1 cc 1 This implies that the ... Q . - iS Gm(a)Gm(b)eXp[i(Cm(a) + Sm

(b)] (3) ab ab m 7—

The transmission coefficient is normally expressed in terms of the S-

**matrix**, T = 1-1< S >|2 (2) c 1 cc 1 This implies that the ... Q . - iS Gm(a)Gm(b)eXp[i(Cm(a) + Sm

(b)] (3) ab ab m 7—

**r**7 — s e - e (s) + ur (s) m ' m where QaD is a slowly varying ...Page 429

The

poles directly to the solution of the Schrodinger equation (with imposed boundary

conditions) for the internal compound nucleus of the reacting system; s .

The

**R**-**matrix**formalism(^) has the special attractiveness of relating the**R**-**matrix**poles directly to the solution of the Schrodinger equation (with imposed boundary

conditions) for the internal compound nucleus of the reacting system; s .

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In the narrow level regime the deduction of transmission coefficients from the

average

where 2PCYC . At higher excitation energies no closed general relationship has

been ...

In the narrow level regime the deduction of transmission coefficients from the

average

**R**-**matrix**partial widths is straightforward, T - 2iKl\ N>/D (12) c (c) 2where 2PCYC . At higher excitation energies no closed general relationship has

been ...

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The phenomenological neutron optical potential | 1 |

Implication of microscopic reaction analyses below | 14 |

Nuclear structure approach to the imaginary optical | 26 |

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