Spectroscopic properties of 130Sb, 132Te and 134I nuclei in 100-132Sn magic cores
LPMS Laboratory, Frères Mentouri Constantine 1 University, 25000 Constantine, Algeria
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Published online: 29 September 2017
We have performed shell model calculations by means of Oxbash nuclear structure code using recent experimental single particle (spes) and single hole (shes) energies with valence space models above the 100sn and 132sn doubly magic cores. The two-body matrix elements (tbme) of original CD-Bonn realistic interaction are introduced after have been modified taking into account the three-body forces. We have focused our study on spectroscopic properties evaluation of 130Sb, 132Te and 134I nuclei, in particular their energy spectra, transition probabilities and moments have been determined. The getting spectra are in reasonable agreement with the experimental data.
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