The Nuclear Many-Body Problem

@inproceedings{Ring2004TheNM,
  title={The Nuclear Many-Body Problem},
  author={Peter Ring and Peter Schuck and M. R. Strayer},
  year={2004}
}
The liquid drop model the shell model rotation and single-particle motion nuclear forces the Hartree-Fock method pairing correlations and superfluid nuclei the generalized single-particle model (HFB theory) harmonic vibrations boson expansion methods the generator coordinate method restoration of broken symmetries the time dependent Hartree-Fock method (TDHF) semiclassical methods in nuclear physics. Appendices: angular momentum algebra in the laboratory and the body-fixed system… 
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