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The interacting boson model for exotic nuclei

Abstract : These lectures notes give an introduction to the use of algebraic techniques for obtaining analytic eigensolutions of quantum-mechanical systems consisting of many particles in interaction. The notions of symmetry and dynamical symmetry in quantum physics are introduced and subsequantly illustrated with the example of the interacting boson model of atomic nuclei. Some recent applications of this model to exotic nuclei are discussed.
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P. van Isacker. The interacting boson model for exotic nuclei. Course CLXIX - Nuclear Structure far from Stability: new Physics and new Technology, Jul 2007, Varenna, Italy. pp.347-383. ⟨in2p3-00196581⟩

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