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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond Peter Ring RIKEN, March 20, 2006 Technical University Munich RIKEN-06 Beyond Relativistic Mean Field Theory

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond Content: Basics of Relativistic Mean Field Theory Conclusions and outlook Applications of Generator Coordinate Method: - T. Niksic, D. Vretenar A new method to carry out variation after projection - E. Lopes, R. Rossignoli, J. Sheikh, Coupling of low-lying collective states: - E. Litvinova Relativistic RPA in deformed nuclei - D. Pena Arteaga

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond Walecka model Nucleons are coupled by exchange of mesons through an effective Lagrangian (EFT) (J ,T)=(0 +,0) (J ,T)=(1 -,0) (J ,T)=(1 -,1) Sigma-meson: attractive scalar field Omega-meson: short-range repulsive Rho-meson: isovector field Covariant density functional theory

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond Point-coupling model Point-Coupling Models σ ωδρ J=0, T=0 J=1, T=0 J=0, T=1 J=1, T=1 Manakos and Mannel, Z.Phys. 330, 223 (1988) Bürvenich, Madland, Maruhn, Reinhard, PRC 65, (2002

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond Density dependence Effective density dependence: non-linear potential: density dependent coupling constants: g g ( r)) NL1,NL3.. DD-ME1,DD-ME2 Boguta and Bodmer, NPA. 431, 3408 (1977) R.Brockmann and H.Toki, PRL 68, 3408 (1992) S.Typel and H.H.Wolter, NPA 656, 331 (1999) T. Niksic, D. Vretenar, P. Finelli, and P. Ring, PRC 56 (2002)

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond Density dependence Three relativistic models: Meson exchange with non-linear meson couplings: Meson exchange with density dependent coupling constants: NL1,NL3,TM1,.. DD-ME1,DD-ME2 Boguta and Bodmer, NPA. 431, 3408 (1977) R.Brockmann and H.Toki, PRL 68, 3408 (1992) Point-coupling models with density dependent coupling constants: Manakos and Mannel, Z.Phys. 330, 223 (1988) PC-1,….

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond for the nucleons we find the static Dirac equation for the mesons we find the Helmholtz equations No-sea approxim. ! static RMF eq. The static limit (with time reversal)

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond TDRMF: Eq. and similar equations for the ρ- and A-field Time dependent mean field theory: No-sea approxim. !

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond K ∞ =271 K ∞ =355 Monopole motion K ∞ =211 breathing mode: 208 Pb

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond RRPA Relativistic RPA for excited states RRPA matrices: the same effective interaction determines the Dirac-Hartree single-particle spectrum and the residual interaction ph, h hp, h Small amplitude limit: ground-state density Interaction:

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond ah ≈ 0 for vector mesons ≠ 0 for scalar mesons 1.size of matrix.element 2.the same quantum numbers possible 3.large degeneracy Dirac sea P. Ring et al., NPA 694 (2001) 249 Selfconsistent Symmetries ah-configurations ph E ph ≈ 10 MeV Fermi sea E ah ≈ MeV

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond Pb: GMR/GDR DD-ME2 G.A. Lalazissis et al, PRC 71, (2005)

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond Sn: GDR DD-ME2 DD-ME2 IV-GDR in Sn-isotopes G.A. Lalazissis et al, PRC 71, (2005)

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond IV-GDR in Ne-20 (dots) IV-GDR in deformed 20 Ne NL3

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond IV-GDR in O-16 (test) IV-GDR in 16 O

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond BM1 strength in Ne-20 NL3 Scissor mode in 20 Ne

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond Scissor in Ne-20 δρ Scissor mode in 20 Ne at E 1+ =5.66 MeV n p NL3 Transition density δρ(r,z)

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond Spurious modes in Ne-20 E ph =hω Spurious modes in 20 Ne NL3 1_1_

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond pygmy-resonance in Ne-26 Pygmy-Resonance in deformed 26 Ne preliminary GANIL THEORY

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond Beyond Mean Field J. Sheikh and P. Ring, Nucl. Phys. A665 (2000) 71 E. Lopes, PhD thesis, TU München T. Niksic, D. Vretenar, and P. Ring, Phys. Rev. C (2006) in print E. Litvinova and P. Ring, Phys. Rev. C (2006) in print * Conservation of symmetries: Projection before Variation * Motion with large amplitude: Generator Coordinates * Coupling to Collective Vibrations - shifts of single particle energies - decay width of giant resonances

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond |C N | 2 N decomposition of |Li> Halo wave function in the canonical basis:

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond density dependent interactions !!! projected denstiy functional: analytic expressions projected HFB-equations (variation after projection): J.Sheikh and P. Ring NPA 665 (2000) 71 projected DFT Projected density functionals:

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond pairing energies binding energies rms-radii L. Lopes, PhD Thesis, TUM, 2002 projected Ne-chain Halo-formation in Ne-isotopes

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond Constraint Hartree Fock produces wave functions depending on a generator coordinate q GCM wave function is a superposition of Slaterdeterminants Hill-Wheeler equation: with projection: GCM-method Generator Coordinate Method (GCM)

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond potential surface: Hg-194 Energy surfaces in 194 Hg:

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond details of norm-matrix in GCM Norm matrix in GCM

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond unprojected GCM: N-dependence unprojected GCM (N-dependence)

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond unprojected GCM: q-steps unprojected GCM (Δq-dependence)

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond GCM-wavefunctions: Hg-194 GCM wave functions

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond J-projected energy surfaces: Hg-194

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond potential surface: Mg-32 Energy surfaces in 32 Mg:

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond single-particle spectra: Mg-32 single particle spectra

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond J-projected surfaces: Mg-32 J-projected potential surfaces

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond GOA: Mg-32 Gaussian operlap approximation

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond J-projected Norm Mg-32 J-projected norm

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond rotational energy correction: Mg-32 rotational energy corrections

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond J-projected GCM spectra; Mg-32 J-projected GCM-spectrum

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond JGCM-wavefunctions: Mg-32 J-projected GCM wave functions:

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond Particle-Vibrational Coupling: energy dependent self-energy: single particle strength: + + RPA-modes μ μ mean fieldpole part =

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond fragmentation in 209-Bi Distribution of single-particle strength in 209 Bi

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond Width of Giant Resonances The full response contains energy dependent parts coming from vibrational couplings. Self energy ph interaction amplitude g – phonon amplitudes (QRPA)

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond Decay-width of the Giant Resonances E1 photoabsorption cross section

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond GMR in RRPA+RRPA-PC GMR in RRPA and RRPA-PC

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond GDR in Pb, RRPA-RRPA-PC The Giant Dipole Resonance in 208 Pb

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond GDR in Sn, RRPA+RRPA-PC The Giant Dipole Resonance in 132 Sn

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond Energy and Width of GDR GDR: comparison with experiment

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond Conclusions Conclusions: Deformed RPA- and QRPA calculations are now possible. They are very important for nuclei far from stability In transitional nuclei we can do Variation after Projection a new method allows this also in relativistic calculations. Configuration mixing is possible by GCM calculations: - they require angular momentum projection - the numerical effort is large - restriction to axial symmetry at the moment essential The admixture of 2p-1h or 2p-2h states is possible by particle vibrational coupling (PVC). - this leads to fragmentation of the single particle states - enhanced level density at the Fermi surfac - enhanced width of giant resonances

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RIKEN, March 2006: Mean field theories and beyond Simpler parametrizations: - point coupling - simpler pairing Improved energy functional: - Fock terms and tensor forces - why is the first order pion-exchange quenched? - is vacuum polarization important in finite nuclei Conceptual problems: - what is form of the functional, if we go beyond mean field? - density dependence and projection (Egido-poles) - density dependence and symmetries (RPA) -----Open Problems Open Problems:

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