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DATE

1987-12

AUTHORS

G. Co', J. Speth

ABSTRACT

The charge density differences between208Pb and206Pb as well as between206Pb and205Tl have been calculated within the generalized theory of finite Fermi systems. Here one describes206Pb and205Tl as correlated two-neutron hole states and two-neutron hole one-proton hole states in208Pb, respectively. We discuss the spectroscopic strength of the 3s-hole and argue that the remaining difference between the theoretical and experimental charge distributions may be connected with the range of validity of Landau's quasi particle concept. More... »

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361-366

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1976-03. Effective operators for magic ±2 nuclei in ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR PHYSIK A HADRONS AND NUCLEI
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