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

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The available results on two - neutron transfer

The available results on two - neutron transfer

**cross**-**sections**populating 0+ states in Sn nuclei are also given in fig . 3. It is apparent that the two impor10 0.0 2.47 E ( MeV ) 0.08 0.04 5 0.04 2.47 0.05 / 2.22 to 2.08 1.85 0.18 ...Page 336

Differential

Differential

**cross**-**sections**predicted for the excitation of the giant - resonance region of 208Pb by 96 MeV alphas ( Ex = 10.8 MeV ) , in comparison with measured values [ 68 ] . The predicted contribution ( times 2 ) from 2+ ...Page 439

In both instances an overall renormalization was applied to the theoretical results to bring them into average consistency with the experimental

In both instances an overall renormalization was applied to the theoretical results to bring them into average consistency with the experimental

**crosssections**. This normalization is the conventional one for zero - range DWBA ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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