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1980-12

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J. Dudek, W. Dudek, E. Ruchowska, J. Skalski

ABSTRACT

Deformed Nilsson and Woods-Saxon potentials were employed for generating single particle states used henceforth for calculating the inertia tensor (cranking model and monopole pairing) and the collective energy surfaces (Strutinsky method). The deformation was parametrized in terms of quadrupole and hexadecapole degrees of freedom. The classical energy expression obtained from the inertia tensor and energy surfaces was quantized and the resulting stationary Schrödinger equation was solved using the approximate method. The secondIπ=02+ collective level energies were calculated for the Rare Earth and Actinide nuclei and the results compared with the experimental data. The vibrational level energies agree with the experimental ones much better for spherical nuclei for both single particle potentials; the discrepancies for deformed nuclei overestimate the experimental results by roughly a factor of two. It is argued that coupling of the axially symmetric quadrupole degrees of freedom to non-axial and hexadecapole ones does not affect the conclusions about systematically too low mass parameter values. The alternative explanation of the systematic deviations from the 02+ level energies could be a systematically too high stiffness of the energy surfaces obtained with the Strutinsky method. More... »

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341-350

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1975-12. Calculation of the collective mass-parameter including RPA corrections in ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR PHYSIK A HADRONS AND NUCLEI
  • 1972-02. On the quantization of a kinetic energy with variable inertia in ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR PHYSIK A HADRONS AND NUCLEI
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