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Optical Anisotropy of Atomic Nuclei

  • S. F. Semenko
Part of the The Lebedev Physics Institute Series book series (LPIS, volume 54)

Abstract

The article deals with the optical anisotropy (tensor form) of the polarizability of nuclei, which manifests itself in photonuclear reactions in the range of the giant dipole resonance. The kinematics of the interaction between radiation and an optically an-isotropic system is examined. The various experiments for determining the parameters of optical anisotropy are discussed and their efficiencies are compared. (Photon scattering by oriented nuclei is discussed in detail.) Summation rules and microscopic models (various “particle—hole” approximations) are used to estimate the parameters of the optical anisotropy by strongly deformed nuclei with axial symmetry. A schematic model of the relation between dipole and quadrupole oscillations is formulated. The model is used to estimate optical anisotropy effects which result from various deformation forms of nuclei.

Keywords

Atomic Nucleus Random Phase Approximation Tensor Polarizability Optical Anisotropy Giant Dipole Resonance 
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