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Effective pairing interaction induced by polarization effects in deformed nuclei

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The effective pairing interaction induced by the exchange of phonons between pairs of nucleons moving in time-reversal states close to the Fermi energy in deformed nuclei modifies in a sizeable manner the superfluid properties of these systems, accounting for about half of the pairing gap.

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: May 1, 2005

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