Nuclear Field Theory Treatment of the Interacting Boson Model
A microscopic description of the interacting boson model is attempted in a basis of multipole pairing vibrations and in the framework of the nuclear field theory. If nothing else, it seems in this way possible to calculate both rotations and vibrations in a common basis.
KeywordsPauli Principle Pairing Boson Reduce Matrix Element Interact Boson Model Niels Bohr Institute
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