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Theoretical studies of particle motion and collective vibrations in atomic nuclei.

Jan Blomqvist

Theoretical studies of particle motion and collective vibrations in atomic nuclei.

Applications of the nuclear shell model in the lead region. Pion exchange corrections to singleparticle operators.

by Jan Blomqvist

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Published in Stockholm .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nuclear shell theory.,
  • Nuclear spectroscopy.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 21-22.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC173 .B513
    The Physical Object
    Pagination23 p.
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5173031M
    LC Control Number74851154

    as the first experimental signature of a giant collective mode of the atomic nuclei, the Giant Pairing Vibration (GPV) [2,3], predicted in by Broglia and Bes [4]. Since its first prediction, many researches, both theoreti-cal and experimental, have aimed to study the GPV, its properties and the implications of its eventual observation. (iv) Energy gap: odd-even and even-odd nuclei (especially deformed nuclei) have energy spectra different from even-even nuclei. Example: Ni isotopes e-e nuclei: only a few states at most (vibrations, rotations) appear below the pairing gap 2∆. But in o-e and e-o nuclei (where the last nucleon is unpaired) many s.p. and collective states appear.

    This work stimulated new theoretical and experimental studies. Nobel Prize () [ change | change source ] Rainwater, Bohr and Mottelson were jointly awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics "for the discovery of the connection between collective motion and particle motion in atomic nuclei and the development of the theory of the structure of. A theory is proposed for the low-lying odd parity states in deformed even-even nuclei in terms of collective octupole vibrations of the nuclear surface. As an introduction, the problem of quadrupole vibrations in spheroidal eveneven nuclei is reviewed in analytical detail within the context of the Bohr- Mottelson model.

    Biography Abstract. Ben R. Mottelson was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in , alongside Aage N. Bohr and James Rainwater "for the discovery of the connection between collective motion and particle motion in atomic nuclei and the development of the theory of the structure of the atomic nucleus based on this connection.". since the “particle quest” began.! Many questions about the fundamental particles and forces - and the origins of their masses - remain.! The joint efforts of theoretical and experimental particle physicists will begin providing answers in this decade as the LHC data emerges.!


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Theoretical studies of particle motion and collective vibrations in atomic nuclei by Jan Blomqvist Download PDF EPUB FB2

Nuclear Collective Motion. The two most important developments in nuclear physics were the shell model and the collective model.

The former gives the formal framework for a description of nuclei in terms of interacting neutrons and protons. The latter provides a very physical but phenomenological framework for interpreting the observed properties of nuclei.

potential well will produce on the shell model particle orbits (3). There is evidence for this type of collective motion in even-even nuclei wit,h 70 5 il 5 (6). In even-odd nuclei, we have in addition t’he angular momen- tum J of t,he odd nucleons which, with that due to any phonons present, R.

Unique in scope and treatment, Theory of Atomic Nuclei, Quasi-particle and Phonons gives a microscopic description of the structure of complex nuclei at low and intermediate excitation energies in terms of quasi-particle and phonon : Hardcover. The collective character of the particle-hole (surface) vibration is probed by inelastic scattering reactions.

In the same fashion two-particle transfer reactions provide much of our knowledge of pairing correlations. For exci-tations to 0+ states these reactions are important probes of collective pairing excitations in nuclei.

This has theCited by: 1. Lectures on the Theory of the Nucleus A volume in International Series on Nuclear Energy.

Book • This chapter discusses the rotation and vibrations of nuclei. It also discusses the states associated with the excitation of collective degrees of freedom of nuclei.

the collective motion of the nucleons in nuclei reduces principally. The study of another type of excitation of the atomic nucleus is also investigated: the pairing vibrations. The impact of different energy density functionals is discussed. The Giant Pairing Vibration is a collective mode in an atomic nucleus caused by coherence between particle-particle excitations, which has so far eluded detection.

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the Nobel Prize in Physics for in equal shares to Professor Aage Bohr, Denmark, to Professor Ben Mottelson, Denmark and to Professor James Rainwater, USA, for the discovery of the connection between collective motion and particle motion in atomic nuclei and the development of the theory of the structure of the atomic nucleus.

In this Chapter we will make the next step and consider the second equation of the adiabatic approximation, i.e Eq. Thus, we shall take into account the kinetic energy of nuclei and consider the effects that are to do with atomic motion, i.e.

atomic dynamics. monopole vibrations. dipole vibrations. quadrupole vibrations. octupole vibrations. collective rotations. Collective models. Another, and actually older, way to look at nuclei is as a drop of “quantum fluid”.

This ignores the fact that a nucleus is made up of protons and neutrons, and explainsthe structure of nuclei in terms of a continuous system, just as we normally ignorethe individual particles that.

Quantal rotation and its coupling to intrinsic motion in nuclei 2 However, if we look into a microscopic world, we find much faster rotating objects, such as nuclei. The nuclear rotational period in heavy nuclei is typically τrot = 10−19 ∼ 10−20 s.

This time scale is −1, times larger than the period of the single-particle Fermi. Nuclear, Particle, and Many Body Physics, Volume I is a collection of scientific papers dedicated to the memory of Amos de-Shalit, a distinguished physicist.

The book contains chapters that discuss various studies in the field of nuclear and particle physics. ”for the discovery of the connection between collective motion and particle motion in atomic nuclei and the development of the theory of the structure of the atomic nucleus based on this connection” RICHTER, BURTON, U.S.A., Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Stanford, CA, b.

Physics of Atomic Nuclei (Yadernaya fizika) was founded in as the leading Russian journal on elementary particles and nuclei. The topics covered are the experimental and theoretical studies of nuclear physics: nuclear structure, spectra, and properties; radiation, fission, and nuclear reactions induced by photons, leptons, hadrons, and nuclei; fundamental interactions and symmetries.

Vibrations of the Atomic Nucleus The nucleus can quiver, ring or even "breathe"; the coordinated motion of the nuclear particles reveals much about the forces between them. Six modes of vibration have been detected so far Vibrating systems, from the swing­ ing pendulum to the oscillating electromagnetic field of a light.

The Theory of Collective Excitations in Nuclei I45 8 1. INTRODUCTION o NSIDERABLE progress has been made in the theoretical description of the C nucleus in recent years. There is strong evidence that the nucleons in a nucleus can be considered as occupying states characteristic of independent particle motion in an average nuclear field.

Collective excitations in even-even nuclei, vibrationel and rotational motion. Chapter 5: Experimental studies of the atomic nucleus Exciting the nucleus - Particle Accelerators - Reactions: direct and indirect reactions - Insight: production and separation of exotic nuclei Observing the nucleus - Radiation interaction with matter - Particle.

Studies of the Geometric Symmetries and the Shape Transitions in Atomic Nuclei (in french). the quick motion of the nucleons in the mean-field and the collective motion modifying slowly the.

Collective model, description of atomic nuclei that incorporates aspects of both the shell nuclear model and the liquid-drop model to explain certain magnetic and electric properties that neither of the two separately can explain.

In the shell model, nuclear energy levels are calculated on the. Particle & Nuclear Physics. Featured journals see all. International Journal of Theoretical Physics. Symmetry in Atomic Nuclei. Kota, V.K.B. () Format: Problems and Solutions in Nuclear and Particle Physics.

Petrera, S. () Format: eBook, Hardcover. phonon excitations in atomic nuclei, however, were observed very rarely. In particular, the first two-phonon γ vibrational (2γ) excitation in odd-A nuclei was reported in and only a few have been known so far.

Two theoretical calculations for the data on Nb were performed, one of which was done by the present author.in the particle-vibration approach. One possible way to renormalize the interaction is by the so-called subtraction method.

In this contribution, we will implement the subtraction method in our model for the first time and study its consequences. Keywords: nuclear density functional theory and extensions, particle vibration.Collective excitations of nuclei The single-particle shell model can not properly describe the excited states of nuclei: the excitation spectra of even-even nuclei show characteristic band structures which can be interpreted as vibrations and rotations of the nuclear surface low energy excitations have a collective origin!