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The Deuteron. Deuterium (atom). The only bound state of two nucleons  simplest bound state Neither di-proton nor di-neutron are stable. Why? Experimentally  2.224 MeV (Recoil..!) . Also inverse (,n) reaction using Bremsstrahlung (Recoil…!) .

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the deuteron
The Deuteron
  • Deuterium (atom).
  • The only bound state of two nucleons  simplest bound state
  • Neither di-proton nor di-neutron are stable. Why?
  • Experimentally  2.224 MeV (Recoil..!).
  • Also inverse (,n) reaction using Bremsstrahlung (Recoil…!).
  • mc2 = 2.224…??…MeV Very weakly bound.
  • Compare n-p to n-n and p-p  Charge independence of nuclear force.
  • Only ground state. (There is an additional virtual state).

Nuclear and Radiation Physics, BAU, 1st Semester, 2006-2007 (Saed Dababneh).

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The Deuteron
  • V(r) = -V0 r < R
  • = 0 r > R
  • Oversimplified.
  • HW 17
  • Show that V0 35 MeV.
  • (Follow Krane Ch.4 and Problem 4.6), or similarly any other reference.
  • Really weakly bound.
  • What if the force were a bit weaker…?

Nuclear and Radiation Physics, BAU, 1st Semester, 2006-2007 (Saed Dababneh).

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The Deuteron

Nuclear and Radiation Physics, BAU, 1st Semester, 2006-2007 (Saed Dababneh).

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The Deuteron
  • Experiment  deuteron is in triplet state  = 1.
  • Experiment  even parity.
  •  = l + sn + sp parity = (-1)l
  • Adding spins of proton and neutron gives:
  • s = 0 (antiparallel) or s = 1 (parallel).
  • For  = 1
  • parallel s-state even
      • parallel p-state odd
  • antiparallel p-state odd
  • parallel d-state even

Nuclear and Radiation Physics, BAU, 1st Semester, 2006-2007 (Saed Dababneh).

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The Deuteron
  • Experiment   = 0.8574376 N spins are aligned…..But.?
  • Direct addition  0.8798038 N.
  • Direct addition of spin components assumes s-state (no orbital component).
  • Discrepancy d-state admixture.
  •  = a00 + a22
  •  = a020 + a222
  • HW 18In solving HW 17 you assumed an s-state. How good was that assumption?

Non-central component

Nuclear and Radiation Physics, BAU, 1st Semester, 2006-2007 (Saed Dababneh).

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The Deuteron
  • S-state  No quadrupole moment.
  • Experiment  +0.00288 b.
  • HW 18
  • Discuss this discrepancy.
  • From  and Q, is it really admixture?
  • What about other effects?
  • Important to know the d-state wavefunction.

Nuclear and Radiation Physics, BAU, 1st Semester, 2006-2007 (Saed Dababneh).

nuclear force
Nuclear Force

Read Secs. 4.4 and 4.5 in Krane.

Nuclear and Radiation Physics, BAU, 1st Semester, 2006-2007 (Saed Dababneh).

nuclear models
Nuclear Models
  • Nuclear force is not yet fully understood.
  • No absolutely satisfying model, but models.
  • Specific experimental data  specific model.
  • Model  success in a certain range.
  • Some are:
    • Individual particle model.(No interaction, E. states, static properties, …).
    • Liquid drop model.(Strong force, B.E., Fission, …).
    • Collective model.
    • -particle model.
    • Optical model.
    • others …..

Nuclear and Radiation Physics, BAU, 1st Semester, 2006-2007 (Saed Dababneh).

shell model
Shell model
  • Electron configuration….
          • 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6 4s2 3d10 4p6 ….
  • Atomic magic numbers: 2, 10, 18, 36, 54,…
          • Common center of “external” attraction.
          • Well understood Coulomb force.
          • One kind of particles.
          • Clear meaning for electron orbits.
  • Nuclearmagic numbers: 2, 8, 20, 28, 50, 82,126, …

Nuclear and Radiation Physics, BAU, 1st Semester, 2006-2007 (Saed Dababneh).

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Shell model
  • Evidence:
  • End of radioactive series:
          • thorium series 208Pburanium series 206Pbactinium series 207Pbneptunium series 209Bi
  • At Z and N mn’s there are relatively large numbers of isotopes and isotones.

Nuclear and Radiation Physics, BAU, 1st Semester, 2006-2007 (Saed Dababneh).

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Shell model

Nuclear and Radiation Physics, BAU, 1st Semester, 2006-2007 (Saed Dababneh).

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Shell model

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Shell model
  • Natural abundances.

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Shell model
  • Neutron capture cross section.

NEUTRON CAPTURE

CROSS SECTION

NEUTRON NUMBER

Nuclear and Radiation Physics, BAU, 1st Semester, 2006-2007 (Saed Dababneh).

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Shell model
  • Binding energy of the last neutron
  • (Separation Energy).
  • (The measured values are plotted relative to the calculations without ).

Nuclear and Radiation Physics, BAU, 1st Semester, 2006-2007 (Saed Dababneh).

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Shell model
  • Excited states.

Pb (even-A) isotopes.

Nuclear and Radiation Physics, BAU, 1st Semester, 2006-2007 (Saed Dababneh).

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Shell model
  • Quadrupole moments ….. ?

HW 19

Work out more examples for the above evidences. For example, take part of a plot and work on a group of relevant nuclides.

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Shell model
  • Nucleons are in definite states of energy and angular momentum.
  • Nucleon orbit ?? Continuous scattering expected ..!!
  • No vacancy for scattering at low energy levels.
  • Potential of all other nucleons.
  • Infinite square well:
  • Harmonic oscillator:

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Shell model
  • More realistic:
  • Finite square well potential:
  • Rounded well potential:
  • Correction for asymmetry (n-p has more possibilities than n-n or p-p) and Coulomb repulsion.

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Shell model
  • Separation of variables:
  • For a given spherically symmetric potential V(r), the bound-state energy levels can be calculated from radial wave equation for a particular orbital angular momentum l.
  • Notice the important centrifugal potential.

ml

ms

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Shell model

centrifugal potential

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Shell model

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Shell model

?

?

2(2l + 1)

accounts correctly for the number of nucleons in each level.

But what about magic numbers?

?

Infinite spherical well

(R=8F)

Harmonic oscillator

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Shell model
  • So far, 2(2l + 1) accounts correctly for the number of nucleons in each level, since we already considered both orbital angular momentum, and spin, but still not for closed shells.

Spherical Harmonics, Eigenfunctions of L2 and Lz.

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Shell model
  • 2, 8, 20 ok.
  • What about other magic numbers?
  • Situation does not improve with other potentials.
  • Something very fundamental about the single-particle interaction picture is missing in the description…..!!!!!
  • Spin-orbit coupling.

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Shell model
  • Spin-Orbit Coupling
          • M. G. Mayer and independently Haxel, Jensen, and Suess.
          • Spin-Orbit term added to the Hamiltonian:

Orientation

No longer

Spherically symmetric

Central, attractive

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Shell model

L

S

LL

antiparallel

UL

parallel

J

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Shell model

2j+1

2(2x3 + 1) = 14

l = 3

1f7/2

j

First time

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Shell model

HW 20

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