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Symmetry-restored GCM with EDFs : new developments, problems, perspectives

M. Bender 1 
1 THEORIE - Physique théorique
CENBG - Centre d'Etudes Nucléaires de Bordeaux Gradignan
Abstract : The physics of heavy nuclei demands an understanding of large amplitude shape changes. Nuclear fission in particular has a prominent role as a source of energy, and as a terminator of r-rocess nucleosynthesis. The quest to extend the chart of nuclides to superheavy elements is sharply constrained by the inverse of fission, the heavy-ion fusion reaction, as well as by the depletion of superheavy progenitors by fission itself. Even after 70+ years since its discovery, nuclear fission remains an active field of experimental research and continues to pose formidable challenges to theory. It is a crucial source of mid-mass isotopes to access the part of the nuclear chart at high neutron excess asymmetry.
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M. Bender. Symmetry-restored GCM with EDFs : new developments, problems, perspectives. Quantitative Large Amplitude Shape Dynamics : Fission and Heavy Ion Fusion, 2013, Washington, United States. ⟨in2p3-00943284⟩



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