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[Our understanding of the ground state and excited state properties of the atomic nuclei remains unsatisfactory even decades after establishing the existence of the nuclear force. A lot of theoretical effort has been made over the past many years to explain the experimental observations and, at...
[GRs are collective phenomenon. They can be viewed as a coherent superposition of one-particle one-hole (1p-1h) interactions. The nucleon in the target nucleus can be excited into bound or quasi-bound states which gives rise to the 1p-1h state of the target nucleus. The excitation strength tends...
[The experiments were performed at the Research Center for Nuclear Physics (RCNP), Osaka University, Japan. Detailed experimental description of the α,α′) and (d,d′) reactions used to study isoscalar giant resonances in nuclei are presented in this chapter. The data reduction process needed to...
[The elastic angular distributions along with the first few discrete level angular distributions were utilized in modeling the nuclear potential. Details of the optical potential models used in each of the three experiments are presented in this chapter. This chapter concludes with the global...
[As described in the previous chapter a multipole deconposition analysis (MDA) is performed. In order to extract the strength distribution of various multipoles, MDA yields the coefficients, aL(Ex) (defined by Eq. 4.6), as a function of excitation energy for a given multipolarity.]
[The nuclear matter equation of state (EOS) plays an important role in our understanding of nuclear bulk properties, as well as processes taking place in the stellar environments (i.e. dynamics of supernovae collapse and structure of neutron stars). The EOS also sheds light on the phase...
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