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We propose a new method to calculate the particle-hole Green’s function for an infinite system of fermions in the long-wavelength limit of the random-phase approximation. Contrary to the standard approach the present method does not require approximating the residual particle-hole interaction...
Using a relativistic nuclear model, we derive the effects of nuclear binding on the parton distribution functions. The probability of finding a parton in a nucleus with fractional x A momentum is a convolution of the nucleon distribution function in the nucleus with the parton distribution...
Simple phenomenological two-state coexistence models have previously been developed to describe the ground state and some low-lying 0 + ’ excited state in isotopic chains of even-even medium-mass nuclei. Specifically, these models allow for mixing between a basis ground state and a basis 0 +...
We have observed a new isomer of Sb 131 with a half-life of 16.7 min produced in fission. The absolute abundances of its gamma lines and its branching to Te 131 have been determined.
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