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By B. L. G. Bakker, I. M. Narodetskii (auth.), J. W. Negele, Erich Vogt (eds.)

The quest for many-body thoughts and approximations to explain the basic physics of strongly interacting structures with many levels of freedom is without doubt one of the crucial issues of latest nuclear physics. the 3 articles during this quantity describe advances during this quest in 3 dif­ ferent components of nuclear many-body physics: multi quark levels of freedom in nucleon-nucleon interactions and light-weight nuclei, multinucleon clusters in many-nucleon wave services and reactions, and the nuclear-shell version. In every one case the typical matters come up of picking the proper levels of freedom, truncating those who are inessential, formulating tractable approximations, and judiciously invoking phenomenology whilst it isn't attainable to continue from first ideas. certainly, the parallels among different functions are frequently outstanding, as on the subject of the similarities within the therapy of clusters of quarks in nucleon-nucleon interactions and clusters of nucleons in nuclear reactions, and the vital position of the resonating crew approximation in treating either. regardless of 20 years of attempt because the experimental discovery of quarks in nucleons, we're nonetheless faraway from a derivation of nucleon constitution and nucleon-nucleon interactions without delay from quantum chromodynamics.

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22) comes from the term with IX = NN. 24) 327 Fermion Dynamical Symmetry Model consequence of the dynamical symmetries if enough particles are added to the valence shells. To a first approximation, we may expect that this mechanism is a property only of the gross properties of the valence shells and effective interactions, and is independent of details such as single-particle structure within the shell. There are two points concerning this picture of deformation to which we wish to call particular attention.

8 Fig. 3. The energy distribution of the quintet c 2 c2 state employing the chromoharmonic potential. 4 GeV- '. 20 IS B. L. G. Bakker and I. M. Narodetskii still valid, but Eq. 39) (r) = -2- erf(fo) "_I "I We did choose for the values of the parameters m q , and the values given in the original Cornell model (Ei+ 80). 2, including the values of the variational parameters. The values of the hyperfine corrections f1M4 are quoted, too. 2 Summary of Results for the Cornell Interaction Units are GeY-l, GeY and Gey2.

Ma+ 88). 5) for 1= l' = 0 coincide with Eq. 21). 6) Indeed, the potential poles k p are given by the solution of the equation = 0 where d(k 2 ) is given by Eq. 5). 8) In Eq. 7) the inequality x(2)2 ~ X(O)2 has been used, which is valid for all current QCB solutions. Note that the position of the potential pole is closed for the D-wave compensation energy. 9) where u~n), n = 1,2, are the two real linearly independent eigenfunctions in the Blatt-Biedenharn representation, may now be written as B.

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