%0 Journal Article
%T Investigation of Structure and Nuclear Shape Phase Transition in Odd Nuclei in a multi-j model
%J Journal of Nuclear Research and Applications
%I Nuclear Science and Technology Research Institute
%Z 2783-3402
%A Kargarian, A.
%A Ghapanvari, M.
%D 2022
%\ 06/01/2022
%V 2
%N 2
%P 1-12
%! Investigation of Structure and Nuclear Shape Phase Transition in Odd Nuclei in a multi-j model
%K Affine SU(1
%K 1) algebra
%K -unstable nuclear shapes
%K Quantum Phase Transition
%K Interacting Boson Fermion Model
%R 10.24200/jon.2022.1014
%X In this paper, we study the nature of the dynamics in second-order Quantum Phase Transition (QPT) between vibrational ( ) and -unstable ( ) nuclear shapes. Using a transitional Hamiltonian according to an affine SU(1,1) algebra in combination with a coherent state formalism, Shape Phase Transitions (SPT) in odd-nuclei in the framework of the Interacting Boson Fermion Model (IBFM) are investigated. Classical analysis reveals a change in the system along with the transition in a critical point. The role of a fermion with angular momentum j at the critical point on quantum phase transitions in bosonic systems is investigated via a semi-classical approach. The effect of the coupling of the odd particle to an even-even boson core is discussed along with the shape transition and, in particular, at the critical point. Our study confirms the importance of the odd nuclei as necessary signatures to characterize the occurrence of the phase transition and determine the critical point's precise position.
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