Randomly Interacting Bosons, Mean-fields and L = 0 Ground States

Abstract

Random interactions are used to investigate to what extent the low-lying behavior of even-even nuclei depend on particular nucleon-nucleon interactions. The surprising results that were obtained for the interacting boson model, i.e. the dominance of ground states with L = 0 and the occurrence of both vibrational and rotational structure, are interpreted and… (More)

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@inproceedings{BijkerRandomlyIB, title={Randomly Interacting Bosons, Mean-fields and L = 0 Ground States}, author={Rimke Bijker and A. Frank} }