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By Sidney Kahana, A. J. Baltz (auth.), Michel Baranger, Erich Vogt (eds.)

The 3 articles of the current quantity in actual fact show a large scope of articles, that is the purpose of this sequence. the item via Kahana and Baltz lies more often than not movement of the big circulation of labor at the moment in growth with heavy-ion accelerators. A comparable article via Terry Fortune on "Multinuclear move Reactions with Heavy Ions" is scheduled to seem within the subsequent quantity. the object by means of Whitehead, Watt, Cole, and Morrison relates to the nuclear-shell version for which a few articles have seemed in our sequence. Our first actual quantity had a piece of writing on how SU(3) suggestions can, with nice splendor, permit one to deal with the vast variety of states inside of a configuration. however the real nuclear strength isn't precisely that yielded through the dependent recommendations, and so curiosity endured in facing the massive variety of states by way of brute strength. Then the Glasgow institution of Whitehead et al. found that mathematical options existed for coping extra easily with the bottom eigenvalues of huge matrices. the current ar­ ticle goals regularly to make obtainable to nuclear physicists the tools built at Glasgow. the ultimate article by way of Baer, Crowe, and Truol on radiative pion trap describes a brand new box of significance as a result creation of the meson factories. progressively more pions and muons becomes typical instruments in nuclear physics.

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15) as (126) the transfer amplitude in the WKB approximation is 34 Sidney Kahana and A. J. Baltz and the stationary phase requirement reduces to + Sb) = Vr(-Sf + Sb) = V;(S; 0 (127a) 0 (127b) which in view of (123), (125), and (11) become (128a) (128b) Aside from spin the form factor (25) of a single nucleon or a cluster may be written F(rf' ri) = (-1)11u 12 ('2)Yh 1*(02, 0)e-im2¢2V('I)ull('I)Yh'1(OI, 0)eim1¢1 (129) Ignoring the oscillatory behavior of the Legendre functions and assuming the radial dependence on '1' '2 is smooth one may take (130) Such an assumption seems valid from a classical viewpoint if the motion of the projectile relative to the target remains in a plane and transfer takes place, at or near the distance of closest approach, along the line joining the nuclear centers (x axis).

7. Elastic scattering for 61 MeV 16 0 by 62Ni exhibiting rainbow scattering and Fresnel diffraction in the illuminated region. The ratio a(O)/aRuth falls off into the shadow. Sidney Kahana and A. J. 1 b~ ..... rn •(degl 60 Fig. 8. Elastic scattering of lac by 40Ca at 40, 48, 60, 68 MeV showing the evolution with energy of shape and the onset of Fraunhofer diffraction. between orbits 11 and 13 and resemble the Fraunhofer or far-zone diffraction pattern of classical optics (Som 54). The latter behavior plays a more visible role in those quasi-elastic processes more localized in position and orbital space.

6°Ni ground state and excited 2+ state transitions are strikingly different, rising towards forward angles with a shoulder appearing at the grazing angle. 1, possessing rather deep 46 Sidney Kahana and A. J. 0 ~ on ...... (deg) Fig. 17. 64Ni (180, 160) ground state transitions at laboratory energies of 65,57, and 50 MeV (Aue+ 73). imaginary parts, would yield more or less standard shapes for all of the Ni targets. One way of explaining the forward rising is to lower the level of absorption in the surface region of projectile-target interaction, permitting the projectile to penetrate into the regions where attractive nuclear forces dominate.

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