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By J.W. Negele, Erich W. Vogt

This quantity comprises significant articles, one offering a historic retrospective of 1 of the good triumphs of nuclear physics within the 20th century and the opposite supplying a didactic advent to at least one of the quantitative instruments for figuring out powerful interactions within the twenty-first century. this article is acceptable just for complex graduate classes in nuclear physics.

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He used harmonic oscillator wave functions and a Gaussian potential with an exchange mixture He explains that if non-central interactions which are present in the interaction between free nucleons are neglected, those parameters may be just fitted to experimental data in the nuclei considered. He used a single nucleon spin-orbit interaction and calculated energy levels, magnetic and quadrupole moments. For nuclei in the middle of the shell, he is applied an approximate calculation. He seemed to obtain reasonable agreement with experiment of magnetic and quadrupole moments.

At the rather long range of the potential where the J = 5/2 becomes the lowest state, the J = 3/2 is very close and for slightly larger range it becomes the ground state. Similar calculations of the configuration of identical nucleons were carried out by Talmi (1951a) who used a Yukawa type potential and hydrogen like wave functions. The results indicated that a cross over between the J = 5/2 and J = 3/2 levels occurs only at a rather very long range of the potential. This was attributed to the fact that even at very long range, the Yukawa potential goes over to a Coulomb potential rather than to a constant.

It includes a linear term in T which is sometimes called the “Wigner term”. Such a term is indeed necessary for reproducing nuclear binding energies. These results are very general and completely independent of any assumption on the spatial parts of the eigenfunctions. Other observables of the lowest states in this approximation, like nuclear magnetic moments calculated by Margenau and Wigner (1940), can also be evaluated. m. m. Taking the expectation value of the component of the µ operator in the state with and inserting the values of S and Y mentioned above, we obtain the following values for the magnetic moment of the spin The spin S should be coupled to the total orbital angular momentum L, which has a definite value in any eigenstate of SU(4) Hamiltonians, to form the total spin J.

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