Study of geometrical properties of 96Mo, 98Ru and 100Pd isotones within interacting boson model
Study of geometrical properties of 96Mo,98Ru and 100Pd isotones within interacting boson model boson model
Keywords:Interacting boson model-1 , IBM code,PES, and IBMP code.
The software package for interacting boson model-1 and for the geometrical boson model has been used to calculate energy levels and potential energy surfaces for and by estimating a set of parameters which are used to predict the behavior of even-even and isotones. According to a framework, the interaction is prominent between the two parameters (and). This means that vibrational structures are constant rises with opposite of rotational. Thus, the potential energy surfaces are considered as a pointer of and distortions for even-even and isotones. The behaviors of the potential energy surfaces with minimum β (-0.84356,- 0.39928, and -0.19045) have circular contours centered at this point that indicates a good agreement with the typical axially symmetric limits. The results of the calculated energy levels were in acceptable agreement with the experimental data. There is no pure vibrational property of these isotones which is clearly shown in the behavior of potential energy surfaces.
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