The nuclear surface as a collective variable View Full Text


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DATE

1984-06

AUTHORS

V. M. Strutinsky, A. G. Magner, M. Brack

ABSTRACT

In heavy nuclei where the thickness of the diffused edge is relatively small, a certain sharp effective surface can be defined which characterizes the shape of the nucleus, and it can be considered as a collective dynamic variable. It is shown that the problem of fluid dynamics can be simplified by reducing it to simple linearized equations for the dynamics in the nuclear interior and boundary conditions set at the effective dynamic sharp surface of the density distribution. These conditions are derived from the fluid dynamical equations. Transitional densities obtained from this simple model are compared with the numerical solution of fluid dynamical equations. More... »

PAGES

205-213

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  • 1984-10. Landau zeroth-sound and nuclear giant resonances in ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR PHYSIK A HADRONS AND NUCLEI
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