SU(3) symmetry and scissors mode vibrations in nuclei

@article{Sun2002SU3SA,
  title={SU(3) symmetry and scissors mode vibrations in nuclei},
  author={Yang Sun and Cheng-li Wu and Kumar H. Bhatt and Mike Guidry},
  journal={Nuclear Physics},
  year={2002},
  volume={703},
  pages={130-151}
}
Abstract We show that a nearly perfect SU (3) symmetry emerges from an extended projected shell model. Starting from a deformed potential we construct separate bases for neutron and proton collective rotational states by exact angular momentum projection. These rotational states are then coupled by diagonalizing a residual pairing plus quadrupole interaction. The states obtained exhibit a one-to-one correspondence with an SU (3) spectrum up to high angular momentum and excitation, and their… 
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