Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 69N. Zanichelli, 1977 - Nuclear physics |
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For the nuclear deformations , the most important symmetries are axial symmetry
and invariance with respect to a rotation of 180° about an axis perpendicular to
the symmetry axis ( R - symmetry ) . For a deformation with axial symmetry , the ...
For the nuclear deformations , the most important symmetries are axial symmetry
and invariance with respect to a rotation of 180° about an axis perpendicular to
the symmetry axis ( R - symmetry ) . For a deformation with axial symmetry , the ...
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Orbits that are eigenstates of l , have a density that is axially symmetric about the l
- axis . Thus , if one lets the shape of the potential adjust selfconsistently to the
density distribution of the particles , the nuclear shape moves away from prolate ...
Orbits that are eigenstates of l , have a density that is axially symmetric about the l
- axis . Thus , if one lets the shape of the potential adjust selfconsistently to the
density distribution of the particles , the nuclear shape moves away from prolate ...
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The physical process happening as the Coriolis force distorts a rotational band is
now reasonably well understood [ 3 ] . The particle angular - momentum vector j
is being gradually forced to decouple from the deformation axis ( symmetry axis )
...
The physical process happening as the Coriolis force distorts a rotational band is
now reasonably well understood [ 3 ] . The particle angular - momentum vector j
is being gradually forced to decouple from the deformation axis ( symmetry axis )
...
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