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Variational multiparticle-multihole configuration mixing method applied to pairing correlations in nuclei

Abstract : Applying a variational multiparticle-multihole configuration mixing method whose purpose is to include correlations beyond the mean field in a unified way without particle number and Pauli principle violations, we investigate pairing-like correlations in the ground states of 116Sn, 106Sn, and 100Sn. The same effective nucleon-nucleon interaction, namely, the D1S parametrization of the Gogny force, is used to derive both the mean field and correlation components of nuclear wave functions. Calculations are performed using an axially symmetric representation. The structure of correlated wave functions, their convergence with respect to the number of particle-hole excitations, and the influence of correlations on single-particle level spectra and occupation probabilities are analyzed and compared with results obtained with the same two-body effective interaction from BCS, Hartree-Fock-Bogoliubov, and particle number projected after variation BCS approaches. Calculations of nuclear radii and the first theoretical excited 0+ states are compared with experimental data
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N. Pillet, J.-F. Berger, E. Caurier. Variational multiparticle-multihole configuration mixing method applied to pairing correlations in nuclei. Physical Review C, American Physical Society, 2008, 78, pp.024305-22. ⟨10.1103/PhysRevC.78.024305⟩. ⟨in2p3-00318950⟩

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