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Nuclear shell structure at very high angular momentum
Abstract A cranked modified-oscillator model (with triaxial shape coordinates ϵ and γ) is used to study the nuclear potential-energy surface (based on a Strutinsky type of shell correction method)Expand
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From two types of electrostatic position-dependent semiconductor qubits to quantum universal gates and hybrid semiconductor-superconducting quantum computer
Properties of two types of position-dependent electrostatic qubits: eigenenergy-based and Wannier-based, are treated with Schrodinger formalism. Their operating principles are given. TheExpand
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Description of structure and properties of superheavy nuclei
Abstract Progress in the theoretical description of superheavy nuclei (SHN) during about the last 25 years is reviewed with the main focus on their structure and properties. This quarter of centuryExpand
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Gauss-Hermite approximation formula
  • K. Pomorski
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • Comput. Phys. Commun.
  • 5 April 2004
TLDR
A multidimensional function y(� r) defined by a sample of points {�ri ,y i } is approximated by a differentiable function ��. Expand
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A dynamic analysis of spontaneous-fission half-lives
Abstract Spontaneous-fission half-lives of even-even heavy nuclei ( Z = 92–110) are calculated without any adjustable parameters. The fission-barrier penetration is treated as a one-dimensionalExpand
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Influence of the pairing vibrations on spontaneous fission probability
Abstract The potential-energy surface and the mass parameters of the even-even transplutonium elements are evaluated. Our microscopic hamiltonian consists of the Nilsson potential, the two-bodyExpand
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PROPERTIES OF NUCLEI AT THE THIRD-MINIMUM DEFORMATION*
Abstract Potential-energy surfaces of heavy nuclei in the Ra-Th region are calculated by the macroscopic-microscopic method using the modified oscillator potential. A rather large region of nucleiExpand
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PAIRING CORRELATIONS AND FISSION BARRIER HEIGHTS
The influence of a pairing strength proportional to the surface of the deformed nucleus, on the fission barrier heights evaluated within the macroscopic-microscopic model which does not contain theExpand
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Self-consistent calculations of fission barriers in the Fm region
The fission barriers of the nuclei 254 Fm, 256 Fm, 258 Fm, 258 No, and 260 Rf are investigated in a fully microscopic way up to the scission point. The analysis is based on the constrainedExpand
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