The newly developed nonadiabatic method based on the coupled-channel Schrödinger equation with Gamow states is used to study the phenomenon of proton radioactivity. The new method, adopting the weak coupling regime of the particle-plus-rotor model, allows for the inclusion of excitations in the daughter nucleus. This can lead to rather different predictions for lifetimes and branching ratios as compared to the standard adiabatic approximation corresponding to the strong coupling scheme. Calculations are performed for several experimentally seen, nonspherical nuclei beyond the proton dripline. By comparing theory and experiment, we are able to characterize the angular momentum content of the observed narrow resonance.
|Number of pages||4888362|
|Journal||Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics|
|Publication status||Published - Nov 2000|
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Nuclear and High Energy Physics