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QRPA Calculation in Fitting Process of Functional. J. Terasaki and J. Engel. Proposal: • Use energies and B ( E 2)↑’s of lowest 2 + states in even- even nuclei. There are more than 500 measured energies and about half that many measured

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Qrpa calculation in fitting process of functional

QRPA Calculation in Fitting Process of

Functional

J. Terasaki and J. Engel

Proposal:

• Use energies and B(E2)↑’s of lowest 2+ states in even-

even nuclei.

There are more than 500 measured energies and about half that many measured

  BE2's.  These data reflect presence of dynamical deformation as well as   static deformation.

• Use Gamow-Teller resonances and higher-multipole analogs

(e.g. spin-dipole) for time-odd properties

Not as much data, but still very useful, particularly once deformed QRPA   is available.


Qrpa calculation in fitting process of functional

Spherical nuclei

SLy4

Gogny, D1S

GCM → collective Hamil-

tonian

GCM

Bender et al.

J. T. and J. Engel, in preparation

B. Sabbey et al., Phys. Rev. C 75, 044305 (2007)

G.F. Bertsch et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 99, 032502 (2007)

M. Bender et al., Phys. Rev. C 65, 054322 (2002)

strength of

momentum-independent

spin-isospin term


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