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An Introduction to the Interacting Boson Model of the Atomic Nucleus

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An Introduction to the Interacting Boson Model of the Atomic Nucleus
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Publisher: arXiv
ISBN/ASIN: 3728125202
Number of pages: 181

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This work introduces into the Interacting Boson Model, which was created in 1974 by F. Iachello and A. Arima and then extended by numerous papers. Many-body configurations with s- and d-boson states are described and creation- and annihilation-operators for bosons are introduced. States with defined total angular momentum are dealt with and the Hamilton operator of the IBM1-model is expressed in terms of Casimir operators.

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