The Investigation of 130,132Te by IBM-2
AbstractIn this study, we determined the most appropriate Hamiltonian that is needed for present calculations of nuclei in the A 130 region by interacting boson model. The second version of interacting boson model (IBM-2) has been widely used for describing the quadrupole collective states of the medium heavy nuclei. The proton and neutron variables are distinguished when this version of the model is applied. Because it is important to describe the proton and neutron variables explicitely. Using the best-fitted values of parameters in the Hamiltonian of the IBM-2, we have calculated energy levels and B(E2) values for 130,132Te. The results were compared with the previous experimental and theoretical data and it is observed that they are in good agreement. Some B(E2) values that are still not known so far are stated and the set of parameters used in these calculations is the best approximation that has been carried out so far. It has turned out that the interacting boson approximation (IBA) is fairly reliable for the calculation of spectra in the entire set of such Te isotopes.
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İnan, S.; Türkan, N.; Maraş, İ. The Investigation of 130,132Te by IBM-2. Math. Comput. Appl. 2012, 17, 48-55.
İnan S, Türkan N, Maraş İ. The Investigation of 130,132Te by IBM-2. Mathematical and Computational Applications. 2012; 17(1):48-55.Chicago/Turabian Style
İnan, Sait; Türkan, Nureddin; Maraş, İsmail. 2012. "The Investigation of 130,132Te by IBM-2." Math. Comput. Appl. 17, no. 1: 48-55.