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DATE

1976-03

AUTHORS

Vilmar Klemt, Josef Speth

ABSTRACT

Using the many-body Green function technique effective operators for magix ±2 nuclei are derived. Our formulation allows a microscopic proof of the heuristically found additivity of anomalous moments. Possible deviations of the rule are quantitatively discussed. The theory is applied to206Pb,210Pb and210Po. The theoretical results are in good agreement with experiment. More... »

PAGES

59-67

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  • 1970-06. Transition probabilities and static moments of excited states in even-even nuclei in ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR PHYSIK A HADRONS AND NUCLEI
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