Non-scissors-mode behaviour of isovector magnetic dipole orbital transitions involving isospin transfer

  title={Non-scissors-mode behaviour of isovector magnetic dipole orbital transitions involving isospin transfer},
  author={S. Aroua and Larry. Zamick and Yitzhak Y. Sharon and Elvira Moya de Guerra and Mohamed Slim Fayache and P. Sarriguren and Apolodor A Raduta},
  journal={Nuclear Physics},
Abstract We study the response of isovector orbital magnetic dipole (IOMD) transitions to the quadrupole–quadrupole ( Q · Q ) interaction, to the isospin-conserving pairing interaction (ICP) and to combinations of both. We find qualitatively different behaviours for transitions in which the final isospin differs from the initial isospin versus cases where the two isospins are the same. For N = Z even–even nuclei with J π =0 + , T =0 ground states such as 8 Be and 20 Ne, the summed T =0→ T =1… 
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