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**Proceedings of the second international seminar on the generator coordinate method for nuclear bound states and reactions.** / Bouten, Marc; Van Leuven, Pierre.

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Bouten, M & Van Leuven, P 1975, *Proceedings of the second international seminar on the generator coordinate method for nuclear bound states and reactions*. SCK CEN Reports, no. BLG-484, SCK CEN.

Bouten, M., & Van Leuven, P. (1975). *Proceedings of the second international seminar on the generator coordinate method for nuclear bound states and reactions*. (SCK CEN Reports; No. BLG-484). SCK CEN.

Bouten M, Van Leuven P. Proceedings of the second international seminar on the generator coordinate method for nuclear bound states and reactions. SCK CEN, 1975. 217 p. (SCK CEN Reports; BLG-484).

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