## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 70N. Zanichelli, 1978 - Nuclear physics |

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In the opposite limit of low intensity or high temperatures, we may

the equilibrium distribution from eq. (1) as (6') N. = (X. g., N, +IK, X. No.) (so + Xp.)

. ižr i # *r Thus one can see that the equilibrium distribution keeps changing as I ...

In the opposite limit of low intensity or high temperatures, we may

**formally**writethe equilibrium distribution from eq. (1) as (6') N. = (X. g., N, +IK, X. No.) (so + Xp.)

. ižr i # *r Thus one can see that the equilibrium distribution keeps changing as I ...

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... that enters the absorption probability. Thus, in our framework for the calculation

of the equilibrium concentrations N., we may, without prejudice to the results,

... that enters the absorption probability. Thus, in our framework for the calculation

of the equilibrium concentrations N., we may, without prejudice to the results,

**formally**assume that capture or fall-back probabilities are equal for all sites and ...Page 344

The axial-model assumptions, that have been used above to derive the

dependence of the absorption on polarization, can be pushed further and applied

to expressing the initial and final states of the centre in the absorption process.

The axial-model assumptions, that have been used above to derive the

**formal**dependence of the absorption on polarization, can be pushed further and applied

to expressing the initial and final states of the centre in the absorption process.

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### Contents

Gruppo fotografico dei partecipanti al Corso fuori testo | 1 |

Octahedral sites | 3 |

Hightemperature results | 4 |

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