DYNAMICAL SUPERSYMMETRIES IN NUCLEI

@article{Iachello1980DYNAMICALSI,
  title={DYNAMICAL SUPERSYMMETRIES IN NUCLEI},
  author={Francesco Iachello},
  journal={Physical Review Letters},
  year={1980},
  volume={44},
  pages={772-775}
}
  • F. Iachello
  • Published 24 March 1980
  • Physics
  • Physical Review Letters
It is suggested that dynamical (Bose-Fermi) supersymmetries may be present in the spectra of complex nuclei. A concrete example in which a supersymmetric structure is experimentally observed is shown. In this example the supersymmetry is generated by L=0 and L=2 bosons together with j=3/2 fermions. 

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