Turkish Journal of Physics
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Abstract
We have determined the most appropriate Hamiltonian that is needed for present calculations of nuclei about the A \cong 80 region by the view of Interacting Boson Model2 (IBM2). After obtaining the best Hamiltonian parameters, level energies and B(E2) probabilities of some transitions in ^{88,90}Kr nuclei were estimated. Results are compared with previous experimental and theoretical data and it is observed that they are in good agreement. Finally, R_1 = \frac{B(E2;4_1 \to 2_1)}{B(E2;2_1 \to 0_1)}, R_2 = \frac{B(E2;2_2 \to 2_1)}{B(E2;2_1 \to 0_1)}, \ R_3 = \frac{B(E2;0_2 \to 2_1)}{B(E2;2_1 \to 0_1)}, R_4 = \frac{{B(E2;2_2 \to 0_1)}{B(E2;2_2 \to 2_1)}, R_5 = \frac{B(E2;3_1 \to 2_1)}{B(E2;3_1 \to 4_1)}, R_6 = \frac{B(E2;4_2 \to 4_1)}{B(E2;4_2 \to 2_2)} and R_7 = \frac{B(E2;4_1 \to 2_1)}{B(E2;2_2 \to 2_1)} ratios are compared with the values of dynamic symmetry limits. (SO(6), SU(5), SU(3)).
Keywords
Electromagnetic transition, multipolarity, Interacting Boson Model2 (IBM2), deformation parameters.
First Page
89
Last Page
94
Recommended Citation
TÜRKAN, NURETTİN; OLGUN, DAVUT; ULUER, İHSAN; and İNAN, SAİT (2006) "Investigation of The Multipolarity of Electromagnetic Transitions in ^{88,90}Kr Nuclei," Turkish Journal of Physics: Vol. 30: No. 2, Article 3. Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/physics/vol30/iss2/3