E2 polynomial strengths: A comparison with shell-model results
Polynomial-expansion E2 strengths and sum rules involving (J,T)=(0, 0) and (2, 0) states of (ds)6 are compared with shell-model results. The agreement is excellent. The strength distribution is describable as a narrow linear ridge in the energy space. The level-to-level fluctuations in the total strength are small, as expected from a theorem of Dyson and Mehta; fluctuations in the first and second moments are also small. The effect of collectivity and the partitioning of the sum rules into exothermic and endothermic parts are discussed. © 1975.
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Physics Letters B
Draayer, J., French, J., Potbhare, V., & Wong, S. (1975). E2 polynomial strengths: A comparison with shell-model results. Physics Letters B, 55 (4), 349-353. https://doi.org/10.1016/0370-2693(75)90356-1