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Triple Giant Resonance Excitations: A Microscopic Approach

Abstract : We present, for the first time, microscopic calculations of inelastic cross sections of the triple excitation of giant resonances induced by heavy ion probes. We start from a microscopic approach based on RPA. The mixing of three-phonon states among themselves and with two- and one-phonon states is considered within a boson expansion with Pauli corrections. In this way we go beyond the standard harmonic approximations and get anharmonic excitation spectra. At the same time we also introduce non-linearities in the external field. The calculations are done by solving semiclassical coupled channel equations, the channels being superpositions of one-, two- and three-phonon states. Previous calculations for the Double Giant Resonance excitation show good agreement with experimental cross sections. The inclusion of the three phonon components confirms the previous results for the DGR and produces a strong increase in the Triple GR energy region.
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E.G. Lanza, M.V. Andrés, F. Catara, Ph. Chomaz, Muriel Fallot, et al.. Triple Giant Resonance Excitations: A Microscopic Approach. 2nd International Conference on Collective Motion in Nuclei under Extreme Conditions - COMEX 2, Jun 2006, Sankt Goar, Germany. pp.112c-117c, ⟨10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2007.01.056⟩. ⟨in2p3-00153567⟩



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