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A New Method for Finding Bound States in the Continuum
2024101
This study presents a general theory for constructing potentials supporting bound states in the continuum, offering a method for identifying such states in real quantum systems.
Mathematical methods, classical and quantum physics, relativity, gravitation, numerical simulation, computational modeling
Nuclear physics

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Highly Accurate Estimation of Beta Decay Rates for Heavy Nuclei
2023117
Physicists from Japan present complete formulas that consider the induced current and velocitydependent terms for estimating the beta decay rates in heavy nuclei with high accuracy.
Nuclear physics

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Towards a Better Understanding of the Shortrange Repulsive Nuclear Force
20221121
In a new study, researchers provide an experimental estimate of the shortrange repulsive nuclear force strength based on a highstatistics measurement of the differential crosssection for Σ^{+}p scattering.
Nuclear physics

Towards Radionuclide Cancer Therapy with High Purity ^{177}Lu from Enriched ^{176}Yb Samples
202263
A method was developed to estimate the isotopic compositions of enriched ^{176}Yb sample required for producing radionuclide ^{177}Lu used for cancer therapy, with high radionuclide purity in accelerators.
Nuclear physics
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How Good is the TransitionState Theory?
20211130
For the first time, the main assumption of the transitionstate theory for the decay of complex quantum systems across a potential barrier was realized using a microscopic manybody Hamiltonian.
Statistical physics and thermodynamics
Nuclear physics

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Estimating Beta Decay Rates Better for Exotic Nuclei
2021101
Physicists from Japan demonstrate an improved estimation of the beta decay rate in heavy nuclei by considering nexttoleadingorder approximation for the electron wave function distorted by the Coulomb potential.
Nuclear physics

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A Quantum Description of Physical Systems with Nonreal Energies
2021719
While quantum systems are traditionally described by Hermitian Hamiltonians, the formalism is extendable to a nonHermitian description for systems that are dissipative or obey paritytime symmetry.
Mathematical methods, classical and quantum physics, relativity, gravitation, numerical simulation, computational modeling
Nuclear physics
Electron states in condensed matter
Gases, plasmas, electric discharges, accelerators, and beams

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New Findings Hint Towards Existence of Kaonic Nuclei and Hypernuclei
202133
Scientists reveal a new feature in nuclear physics: the existence of kaonic nuclei and hypernuclei. These findings can enhance our understanding of nature and contribute to technological progress.
Nuclear physics