- Conference date: 26-30 July 2004
- Location: Argonne, Illinois (USA)
The decay rate of a triaxially‐deformed proton emitter is calculated in a particle‐rotor model, which is based on a deformed Woods‐Saxon potential and includes a deformed spin‐orbit interaction. The wave function of the I = 7/2− ground state of the deformed proton emitter 141Ho is obtained in the adiabatic limit, and a Green’s function technique is used to calculate the decay rate and branching ratio to the first excited 2+ state of the daughter nucleus. Only for values of the triaxial angle γ < 5° is good agreement obtained for both the total decay rate and the 2+ branching ratio.
- Triaxial deformation
- Deformed nuclei
- Green's function methods
- Ground states
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