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Haneen Waheed KADHIM, Rawaa Amer HAMEED, Mohammed Yahya HADI

PROBING THE NUCLEAR STRUCTURE OF EXOTIC 33MG ISOTOPE

Research on the nuclear structure of exotic isotopes, such as 33Mg, is an exciting and cuttingedge field of nuclear physics. Exotic isotopes are typically those that are far from the stable region of the nuclear chart and often exhibit unique properties that can help us better understand the fundamental forces and structure of atomic nuclei. In this paper the largescale shell model calculations are performed within the model spaces SDPFMU, to study the positive- and negative-parity energy levels and electromagnetic transitions in the exotic 33Mg isotope. Core-polarization effects on reduced transition probability are introduced through first order perturbation theory, which allows for higher energy configurations through excitations of nucleons from core orbits to that outside model space up to . The corepolarization effects have been improved the agreement of B(E2) with their corresponding experimental data, and have ignorable effect on B(M1).

Keywords: 33Mg, The Nuclear Structure, Core-polarization

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8234.18.22


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