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Chemistry
  • Author:
    Y. K. Gambhir
  • ISBN:
    8173197083
  • ISBN13:
    978-8173197086
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    Narosa Pub House; 1 edition (January 3, 2006)
  • Pages:
    365 pages
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    Chemistry
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Self-Consistent Field Theory For Nuclei.

Self-Consistent Field Theory For Nuclei. The results of the relativistic mean field (RMF) calculations are presented for the ground-state properties of characteristic deformed nuclei covering the entire periodic table. The representative cases in the 2s − 1d, rare-earth and actinide regions are explicitly considered. The pairing correlations are considered in the constant gap approximation.

The results of extensive microscopic Relativistic Mean Field (RMF) calculations for the nuclei appearing in the alpha - decay chains of recently discovered superheavy elements with Z 109 to 118 are presented and discussed.

The talk presents the current status and the perspectives of the relativistic mean field (RMF) description of various nuclear properties. Loosely bound nuclei. Y K Gambhir and A A Bhagwat (to be published)Google Scholar. Some remarkable successful applications of RMF to several different class of nuclear properties are first sketched in a short list. Three selective applications of RMF to the: Loosely bound nuclei. Anti-proton ((overline p )) annihilation. Spin observables (asymmetry parameter) in the parity-violating experiments. with different motivations, are discussed in detail. The talk ends with a partial list of possible future directions. J Dobaczewski, H Flocard and J Treiner, Nucl.

First, the relativistic mean field (RMF) theory is employed for the calculations of the ground-state properties of relevant nuclei. Y. K. Gambhir, P. Ring and A. Thimet, Ann. The calculations reproduce the experiment well  . Phys. NY), 198, 132 (1990) and references.

Nuclei with an even number of nucleons are systematically more bound than those with an odd on. Peculiarity of mean field methods is the calculation of nuclear property by explicit symmetry breaking.

Nuclei with an even number of nucleons are systematically more bound than those with an odd one. This implies that each nucleon binds with another one to form a pair, consequently the system cannot be described as independent particles subjected to a common mean field.

Title:Microscopic Description of Super Heavy Nuclei. Authors:Y Abstract: The results of extensive microscopic Relativistic Mean Field (RMF) calculations for the nuclei. Gambhir, A. Bhagwat, M. Gupta. Submitted on 26 May 2005). Abstract: The results of extensive microscopic Relativistic Mean Field (RMF) calculations for the nuclei appearing in the alpha - decay chains of recently discovered superheavy elements with Z 109 to 118 are presented and discussed.

Mean Field Description of Nuclei.

Nuclear Structure - Y. gambhir

Nuclear Structure - Y. gambhir. department of physics, indian institute of technology, bombay. Understanding f-electron materials using Dynamical Mean Field Theory -. gabriel kotliar and center for materials. Mean field description of the nucleus-nucleus optical potential - Mean field description of the nucleus-nucleus. Neutron star cooling: a challenge to the nuclear mean field - Nguyen van giai ipn, université. A 422, 103 (1984), 7. Mean-field description of ground state properties of drip line nuclei: pairing and continuum effects, J. Dobaczewski, W. Nazarewicz, . Chinn, J. Dechargé, Phys. Three selective applications of RMF to the: Loosely bound nuclei Anti-proton ((overline p )) annihilation Spin observables (asymmetry parameter) in the parity-violating experiments.

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The Mean Field is a powerful, fruitful concept and provides an ideal first step towards the Solution of the Many Body Problem. Chapters contributed by renowned group of Indian working nuclear physicists, in each associated field embracing all facets of the theme, start from the basics and are gradually built up to the current state-of-the art level. The first part covers the applications of the Mean Field to Nuclear Structure and Reactions studies. The second part is devoted to the Experimental Measurements and Data Analysis relevant to the field of both Nuclear Structure and Reactions.