Spherical Proton Emitters and Spectroscopic Factors

Semmes, Paul B.
June 2000
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 518 Issue 1, p125
Academic Journal
The most commonly used implementation of the WKB method for calculating spherical decay rates is shown to be unsatisfactory, and some improvements are suggested. Also, the smaller than expected experimental spectroscopic factor for the 1d[sub3/2] state in [sup151]Lu can be explained in a particle-core coupling calculation


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