Role of Single-Particle Energies in Microscopic Interacting Boson Model Double Beta Decay Calculations
Kotila, J. (2021). Role of Single-Particle Energies in Microscopic Interacting Boson Model Double Beta Decay Calculations. Universe, 7(3), Article 66. https://doi.org/10.3390/universe7030066
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Single-particle level energies form a significant input in nuclear physics calculations where single-particle degrees of freedom are taken into account, including microscopic interacting boson model investigations. The single-particle energies may be treated as input parameters that are fitted to reach an optimal fit to the data. Alternatively, they can be calculated using a mean field potential, or they can be extracted from available experimental data, as is done in the current study. The role of single-particle level energies in the microscopic interacting boson model calculations is discussed with special emphasis on recent double beta decay calculations.
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Funding program(s)Research costs of Academy Research Fellow, AoF; Academy Research Fellow, AoF
Additional information about fundingThis research was funded by the Academy of Finland, Grant No. 314733, 320062.
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