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The emergence of symmetries in complex nuclei

Abstract : After a brief review of early developments, two recent examples of applications of symmetries in nuclear physics are presented: (i) pseudo-spin symmetry which can be used to extend Wigner's supermultiplet model to heavy nuclei; (ii) symmetries of the interacting boson model with isoscalar and isovector bosons which can be used to analyze the problem of deuteron transfer in N = Z nuclei.
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P. van Isacker. The emergence of symmetries in complex nuclei. International Symposium on Correlation Dynamics in Nuclei (CDN05), Jan 2005, Tokyo, Japan. pp.131-136, ⟨10.1088/1742-6596/20/1/022⟩. ⟨in2p3-00084688⟩



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