TY - JOUR

T1 - Nuclear structure anomalies arising from the use of Bonn interactions and possible resolutions

AU - Zheng, D. C.

AU - Zamick, L.

AU - Müther, H.

PY - 1992

Y1 - 1992

N2 - Although the tensor interaction in the first order does not affect the single-particle splitting for closed LS shell nuclei, e.g., He4, O16, it causes the j=l-1/2 member of a spin-orbit pair to come towards or even below the j=l+1/2 member for an open shell. With the bare Bonn A interaction, the splitting p1/2-p3/2 is 4.2 MeV for an O16 core but is -3.0 MeV for a closed p3/2 core of C12. In large space shell-model calculations, this single-particle energy inversion leads to too high an occupancy of the p1/2 orbit and pushes the wave functions of the low-lying states too much towards the LS limit. This manifests itself in too low a magnetic dipole transition rate from the ground state (01+) to the 11+, T=1 state. Various mechanisms are investigated in attempts to cure this problem including the relativistic effects of the Dirac-Brueckner-Hartree-Fock approach, also the effects of core polarization on the effective interaction and finally the effects of changing the meson masses in the nuclear medium as parametrized in the Hosaka-Toki interaction. The Dirac effects tend to increase the spin-orbit interaction while the change of the meson masses yields a weaker effective tensor force. Both effects improve the results of the nuclear structure calculations. The core polarization graphs involving phonon exchange also improve the results but other graphs, e.g., particle-particle ladders and hole-hole diagrams work in the opposite direction.

AB - Although the tensor interaction in the first order does not affect the single-particle splitting for closed LS shell nuclei, e.g., He4, O16, it causes the j=l-1/2 member of a spin-orbit pair to come towards or even below the j=l+1/2 member for an open shell. With the bare Bonn A interaction, the splitting p1/2-p3/2 is 4.2 MeV for an O16 core but is -3.0 MeV for a closed p3/2 core of C12. In large space shell-model calculations, this single-particle energy inversion leads to too high an occupancy of the p1/2 orbit and pushes the wave functions of the low-lying states too much towards the LS limit. This manifests itself in too low a magnetic dipole transition rate from the ground state (01+) to the 11+, T=1 state. Various mechanisms are investigated in attempts to cure this problem including the relativistic effects of the Dirac-Brueckner-Hartree-Fock approach, also the effects of core polarization on the effective interaction and finally the effects of changing the meson masses in the nuclear medium as parametrized in the Hosaka-Toki interaction. The Dirac effects tend to increase the spin-orbit interaction while the change of the meson masses yields a weaker effective tensor force. Both effects improve the results of the nuclear structure calculations. The core polarization graphs involving phonon exchange also improve the results but other graphs, e.g., particle-particle ladders and hole-hole diagrams work in the opposite direction.

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U2 - 10.1103/PhysRevC.45.275

DO - 10.1103/PhysRevC.45.275

M3 - Article

AN - SCOPUS:4243611694

VL - 45

SP - 275

EP - 283

JO - Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics

JF - Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics

SN - 0556-2813

IS - 1

ER -