## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 69N. Zanichelli, 1977 - Nuclear physics |

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They can be extended to deformations that are invariant with

They can be extended to deformations that are invariant with

**respect**to any subgroup of the full rotation group . One may also consider a combination of rotation with other symmetry operations , such as space and time reflection .Page 16

The highly excited states on the yrast line are unstable with

The highly excited states on the yrast line are unstable with

**respect**to particle emission ( nucleons and a - particles in particular ) . If the particle carries away l units of angular momentum , the reduction in rotational energy ...Page 19

The Coriolis term proportional to ji violates the assumed axial symmetry and time reversal in variance of H. , but the Hamiltonian ( 32 ) remains invariant with

The Coriolis term proportional to ji violates the assumed axial symmetry and time reversal in variance of H. , but the Hamiltonian ( 32 ) remains invariant with

**respect**to space reflection and with**respect**to a rotation R = R ( 7 ) of ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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Rotational degrees of freedom Deformation and | 3 |

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the framework of a course such as the present The topics selected by | 10 |

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