Multishell shell model for heavy nuclei

  title={Multishell shell model for heavy nuclei},
  author={Yang Sun and Cheng-li Wu},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  • Y. Sun, C. Wu
  • Published 19 June 2003
  • Physics
  • Physical Review C
Performing a shell-model calculation for heavy nuclei has been a long-standing problem in nuclear physics. Here, we propose one possible solution. The central idea of this proposal is to combine the advantages of two existing models, the projected shell model ~PSM! and the fermion dynamical symmetry Model ~FDSM! ,t o construct a multishell shell model. The PSM is an efficient method of coupling quasiparticle excitations to the high-spin rotational motion, whereas the FDSM contains a successful… 
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