Well funneled nuclear structure landscape: renormalization

@inproceedings{Idini2015WellFN,
  title={Well funneled nuclear structure landscape: renormalization},
  author={Andrea Idini and G. Potel and Francisco Barranco and E. Vigezzi and Ricardo A. Broglia},
  year={2015}
}
A complete characterization of the structure of nuclei can be obtained by combining information arising from inelastic scattering, Coulomb excitation and γ−decay, together with oneand two-particle transfer reactions. In this way it is possible to probe the single-particle and collective components of the nuclear many-body wavefunction resulting from their mutual coupling and diagonalising the low-energy Hamiltonian. We address the question of how accurately such a description can account for… 
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