Reply to the Comment by A. Rabhi on “Energies of the ground state and first excited 0 + state in an exactly solvable pairing model”



It is pointed out that the “exact” solutions given in the recent Comment by A. Rabhi on the paper by N. Dinh Dang Energies of the ground state and first excited 0+ state in an exactly solvable pairing model (Eur. Phys. J. A 16, 181 (2003)) do not correspond to the standard exact solution of the well-known two-level pairing model. Other issues raised in the Comment reiterate the discussions already published in the original paper by N. Dinh Dang.


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  1. 1.RI-beam factory project officeRIKENSaitamaJapan

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