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The Pairing interaction in nuclei: comparison between exact and approximate treatments

Abstract : As a model for a deformed nucleus the many level pairing model (picket fence model with ~100 levels) is considered in four approximations and compared to the exact solution given by Richardson long time ago. It is found that, as usual, the number projected BCS method improves over standard BCS but that it is much less accurate than the more sophisticated many-body-approaches which are Coupled Cluster Theory (CCT) in its SUB2 version or Self-Consistent Random Phase Approximation (SCRPA).
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Submitted on : Wednesday, November 28, 2007 - 3:22:14 PM
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J. Dukelsky, G. G. Dussel, J. G. Hirsch, P. Schuck. The Pairing interaction in nuclei: comparison between exact and approximate treatments. 2007. ⟨in2p3-00192560⟩

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