Spectral fluctuations and time-reversal invariance
Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 263)
II. Spectra and States
The effects of time-reversal non-invariance on spectral fluctuations of chaotic systems are considered, and a bound on noninvariance in the nucleon-nucleon interaction is deduced.
KeywordsLevel Density Transition Parameter Transition Curve Classical Ensemble Level Spacing
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