Diabatic mean-field description of rotational bands in terms of the selfconsistent collective coordinate method

Yoshifumi R. Shimizu, Kenichi Matsuyanagi

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Abstract

Diabatic description of rotational bands provides a clear-cut picture for understanding the back-bending phenomena, where the internal structure of the yrast band changes dramatically as a function of angular momentum. A microscopic framework to obtain the diabatic bands within the mean-field approximation is presented by making use of the selfconsistent collective coordinate method. Applying the framework, both the ground state rotational bands and the Stockholm bands are studied systematically for the rare-earth deformed nuclei. An overall agreement has been achieved between the calculated and observed rotational spectra. It is also shown that the inclusion of the double-stretched quadrupole-pairing interaction is crucial to obtain an overall agreement for the even-odd mass differences and the rotational spectra simultaneously.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)285-327
Number of pages43
JournalProgress of Theoretical Physics Supplement
Issue number141
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 2001

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Diabatic mean-field description of rotational bands in terms of the selfconsistent collective coordinate method. / Shimizu, Yoshifumi R.; Matsuyanagi, Kenichi.

In: Progress of Theoretical Physics Supplement, No. 141, 01.01.2001, p. 285-327.

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