Spectral averaging for single-nucleon-transfer sum rules
Spectral averaging methods are used to calculate, directly in terms of the Hamiltonian matrix elements, the quantities determined by the non-energy-weighted and linear-energy-weighted sum rules for single-nucleon addition and removal. Occupancies and strength centroids, and their isospin decomposition, are given throughout the spectrum for some ds-shell cases. © 1975.
Publication Source (Journal or Book title)
Physics Letters B
Draayer, J., French, J., Prasad, M., Potbhare, V., & Wong, S. (1975). Spectral averaging for single-nucleon-transfer sum rules. Physics Letters B, 57 (2), 130-134. https://doi.org/10.1016/0370-2693(75)90006-4