A Correspondence Between IBA-I and IBA-II Model and Electromagnetic Transitions of Some Erbium Isotopes
AbstractSince the lowest levels are symmetric under the interchange of neutrons and protons from calculations in the interacting boson approximation IBA-2 model, IBA-1 model space, in which neutron and proton degrees of freedom are not distinguished can be considered as a subspace of the IBA-2 model space. Using the microscopic background of the IBA-2 model, a correspondence can be established between IBA-1 and IBA-2 model space. Since the space of the IBA-1 model can be regarded as a subspace of the IBA-2 model there is a unique way to “Project” the operators of the IBA-2 model onto those of IBA-1. This projection can be carried out by using the Fspin formalism. In the IBA-2, the lowest states are indeed fully symmetric, the calculations with the help of this projection, we explore the energy levels and the electric quadrupole transition probabilities B(E2;Ii If) and -ray E2/M1 mixing ratios for selected transitions of 166-168Er .Owing to admixtures of non-fully-symmetric states in IBA-2, we renormalized the parameters (ε) and (κ).This is the first time we show that this projection can be applied to some heavier isotopes and the results obtained for 166-168Er isotopes are reasonably in good agreement with the previous experimental values.
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Yazar, H.R.; Uluer, İ. A Correspondence Between IBA-I and IBA-II Model and Electromagnetic Transitions of Some Erbium Isotopes. Math. Comput. Appl. 2007, 12, 69-76.
Yazar HR, Uluer İ. A Correspondence Between IBA-I and IBA-II Model and Electromagnetic Transitions of Some Erbium Isotopes. Mathematical and Computational Applications. 2007; 12(2):69-76.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yazar, Harun R.; Uluer, İhsan. 2007. "A Correspondence Between IBA-I and IBA-II Model and Electromagnetic Transitions of Some Erbium Isotopes." Math. Comput. Appl. 12, no. 2: 69-76.