Bose-Fermi Symmetries in Nuclei
Part of the Ettore Majorana International Science Series book series (EMISS, volume 10)
In the last few years, several examples of dynamical symmetries have been found in the spectra of even-even nuclei. These symmetries can be called of “normal” type, since they are related to properties of a system of identical particles (bosons). Within the framework of an algebraic description, these symmetries arise whenever the following set of conditions is met:
the Hamiltonian, H, which describes the system, has group structure G.
H can be written in terms only of Casimir invariants of a group chain G ⊃ G′ ⊃ G″ ⊃... .
KeywordsGroup Chain Dynamical Symmetry Spinor Group Interact Boson Model Bilinear Product
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