• Investigation of $\Delta(3,3)$ resonance effects on the properties of neutron-rich double magic spherical finite nucleus, 132Sn, in the ground state and under compression

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      Nuclear structure; compressed finite nuclei; 𝛥-resonance.

    • Abstract


      Within the framework of the radially constrained spherical Hartree–Fock (CSHF) approximation, the resonance effects of delta on the properties of neutron-rich double magic spherical nucleus 132Sn were studied. It was found that most of the increase in the nuclear energy generated under compression was used to create massive 𝛥 particles. For 132Sn nucleus under compression at 3.19 times density of the normal nuclear density, the excited nucleons to 𝛥s were increased sharply up to 16% of the total number of constituents. This result is consistent with the values extracted from relativistic heavy-ion collisions. The single particle energy levels were calculated and their behaviours under compression were examined. A meaningful agreement was obtained between the results with effective Hamiltonian and that with the phenomenological shell model for the low-lying single-particle spectra. The results suggest considerable reduction in compressibility for the nucleus, and softening of the equation of state with the inclusion of 𝛥s in the nuclear dynamics.

    • Author Affiliations


      Mohammed H E Abu-Sei'leek1

      1. Department of Physics, Al-Jouf University, Skaka, Saudi Arabia
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  • Pramana – Journal of Physics | News

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