Two-particle separation energies in the superdeformed well
Wilson, Anna; Korichi, Amel; Siem, S.; Astier, A.; Bazzacco, D; Bednarczyk, P.; Bergstrom, M.H.; Chmel, S.; Cullen, D M; Davidson, Paul; Gorgen, A; Hannachi, F.; Hubel, H; Kintz, N.; Lauritsen, T; Lopez-Martens, A; Lunardi, S; Naguleswaran, S.; Nyako, B M; Rejmund, M.; Schonwasser, S; Schuck, C.; Sharpey-Schafer, B M; Timar, J.; Wadsworth, R; Libert, J.; Astier, A
The location of nuclear closed shells, as evidenced through discontinuities in binding energy and one- and two-particle separation energy systematics, remains one of the simplest tests of global nuclear models. How shell gaps evolve, whether with increasing mass, increasing neutron:proton ratio or increasing deformation, is still uncertain, and it has recently been suggested that one must go beyond a static meanfield picture to include the effects of dynamic fluctuations in the nuclear shape...[Show more]
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