Talou, Patrick
June 2000
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 518 Issue 1, p194
Academic Journal
The proton decay of a deformed nucleus which undergoes shape modifications during the emission process is investigated through the use of the TDSE approach developed recently. Qualitative and illustrative preliminary calculations are presented for high-energy excited states in [sup58]Cu. Tunneling probabilities, decay rates and angular distributions of proton emission are calculated and their dependency upon the (time-dependent) deformation of the potential is investigated


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