By I. M. Frank (auth.), J. Erő, J. Szűcs (eds.)
The overseas convention on "Nuclear constitution examine with Neutrons" or ganized in Budapest among thirty first July and fifth August. 1972. was once the successor of a gathering held seven years in the past in Antwerp. The shut hyperlinks among the 2 meetings have been printed now not in identify on my own yet. extra importantly. within the selection of matters mentioned. As in Antwerp. the lectures and contributions to the Budapest convention should be grouped lower than the next 5 major headings: nuclear spectroscopy; the optical version; the statistical version and intermediate buildings; the mechanism of neutron trap and non-statistical results; and, eventually. miscellaneous specified subject matters. The invited papers at the one hand summarizing fresh advancements and present considering in a single of the above major subject matters. and the opposite surveying an important result of the contributed papers submitted to the convention. have been offered at the plenary periods. many of the contributed papers have been learn in complete on 3 parallel periods. This quantity includes the entire textual content of all of the lectures brought within the plenary classes and abstracts of the contributed papers. The invited talks have been offered on the convention in a slightly random order due to technical purposes, it appeared. even if, extra brilliant to alter their order in keeping with their matters and to print them grouped less than the above major headings. additional extra we divided the lawsuits into major elements, the 1st containing purely the lectures of summarizing personality. the second one together with the abstracts of the contributions including the surveying talks.
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38J compared to scattering-matrix~lement-search (lPl/2)-1(ld3/2) particle-hole configuration. A coupled channels calculation is made for this configuration and the resulting aT is shown in Fig. 33 as the upper dulled curve where the broad overlapping 1 - and 2 - states are not resolved. The calculation of course is relevant only to the broad structure, and the agreement wi~ the energy average is quite good as can be seen directly from the upper curves. and theoretical curves and merely points up the fact that what .
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48 MeV:"( -rays in the inelastic scattering, as well as the fitted curve for a resonance formula for the two states plus a background. The decomposition into the two resonances is shown on the bottom. Fig. 10 shows similar results for the elastic Icattering. The solid curve is the best fit to both elastic and inelastic data, alld represents the asSignments of 2+ or 3+ for the lower energy resonance and 3+ or 3 - for the upper one. Different sets of parameters result from each assignment, but both give essentially equally good fits to the data so unique aSSignments were not possible without additional data.