By Ring, P. and Schuck, P.

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3 The Asymmetric Rotor rotational-VIbrational interaction model discussed. fI1etric rotor. al rotor (OF 58, DIl DI S9, DI 6SbJ. As I. SS). ~ klJj-l udoae tul ~ it for of '1faclOr can be ~ 10 as kl reproduce the lint 2+ Ita. (1). the wave functiom haw an Ii'~>- ~ 8K{l/MK)+(-)IIIM-K)}. x-a, 1. tuea. For 'Y - 0° and l' - 6()0 oae ptl 1(1 + 1) spectrum. EVeD for oae ptI deviatioas of this form. Howw_, additioaal 2"'. 3 +, .. + come dOWD in at«gy. It is a of thiJ structure to hiye a second 2+ Altboup OM tul, willa mcb a model, reproduce quite the «1m_uti Rotations lOme Vibrations for Deformed Shapes regions of the periodic table (for 27 for the Os·isotopes).

Since the eigenfunctions for this form, one often uses the following two considerations! 5) 2 well - Vo V(r)- { +00 for r < Ro~ for r Ro. Before we or Eqs. 5) unphysical potentiaJs~ since they are infinite. n"",,,''''''''"'' as long as we are 41 bound lingle-particle sta tea. I Dot too serious a u only the exponential tails of the wave functions are affected. If one excitations in these potentials, however. 4) would be in the The use of infinlte potentials in such cases is then to be OOllllCJicn)Q with care.

6561. ;pectrum is obtained [EG 70, Vol. I) Chap. 67) h - 2 2 I I I I I , I I I II I II I I I I 2 2 p · ... U. 3) (1,2) planes. by Ii cut along ). called #"y-band" in many deformed nuclei. , 0. n't - O. This y-band has the vibrational quantum number "'r = O} one is not aHowed to apply picture of no vibration case. O. which would forbid a rotation with K+O. Only the quantum mechanical zero point vibration in the y-direction makes possible. 12 shows the qualitative deformed and spberical of collective (A 2) lIE Lt.