The Interacting Boson Model
The interacting boson model was introduced in 1974 as an attempt to describe collective properties of nuclei in a unified way. Since 1974, the model has been the subject of many investigations and it has been extended to cover most aspects of nuclear structure. This book gives an account of the properties of the interacting boson model. In particular, this book presents the mathematical techniques used to analyze the structure of the model. It also collects in a single, easily accessible reference all the formulas that have been developed throughout the years to account for collective properties of nuclei. Suitable for both theorists and experimentalists.
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Harry Eugene Stanley
Keine Leseprobe verfügbar - 1971
angular momentum appropriate Arima and lachello basis binding energies Bohr and Mottelson boson operators calculations Casimir invariants Casimir operators Casten chain coefficients commutation relations considering the Hamiltonian consistent-Q formalism construct control parameter convenient corresponding coupled defined deformed denoted described diagonal Dieperink discussed in Sect dynamic symmetries E2 transitions eigenvalues Elliott Equation Euler angles evaluated example excitation energies experimental explicitly F-spin geometric Ginocchio given group elements higher-order terms interacting boson model intrinsic introduced Isacker isospin isotope shifts Lie groups magnetic matrix elements microscopic model-2 neutron bosons notation nuclear nuclei nucleon obtained octupole orthogonal pairs particle phase transition properties of nuclei proton-neutron protons and neutrons Puddu quadrupole moments quantum numbers ratios rotation Scholten shell model shown in Fig spectra spherical subalgebra Table technique tensor three limits transfer operators transfer reactions transformation transition densities transition operators transitional class two-body terms two-nucleon variables wave functions
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