Quenching of the transition strengths in inelastic scattering to states in is predicted when the shell-model space is enlarged to include the single-particle orbital. Nucleon transfer cross sections to the yrast states and between them are also predicted to decrease when the extended space is used. The calculations suggest that the data may be understood in terms of only nucleon degrees of freedom once an adequate model space is used.
- Received 14 March 1983
- Published in the issue dated 11 July 1983
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