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This account stories present wisdom in regards to the physics of nuclear constitution, together with the relevance of modern discoveries to cosmology. the most recent advances in particle accelerator and detector expertise are famous, and the outline of nuclear reactions is increased from the 1st variation. Mathematical fabric is reserved for exact appendices so that it will facilitate a fast clutch of the cloth. This booklet is a perfect textual content for introductory classes in nuclear physics

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8). These states are often said to be fragmented, meaning that they cannot be written as a product of single-particle states. 129) In the intermediate regime, both contributions are comparable and the energy spectrum exhibits both a linear and a quadratic part (see Fig. 7). 130) and the energy spectrum is quadratic while at low energy, it is linear. 113) can be linearized and reads ωJ harm = Hˆ BH 2 nˆ 2 φˆ 2 + 2 2 2σn 2σφ . 131) with: √ ω J = 2J 1 + , √ 1+ 2 , σφ = N N σn2 = √ , 4 1+ = U N /2J.

130) and the energy spectrum is quadratic while at low energy, it is linear. 113) can be linearized and reads ωJ harm = Hˆ BH 2 nˆ 2 φˆ 2 + 2 2 2σn 2σφ . 131) with: √ ω J = 2J 1 + , √ 1+ 2 , σφ = N N σn2 = √ , 4 1+ = U N /2J. 135) We identify the Hamiltonian of a 1D harmonic oscillator where the phase plays the role of the position, and the number difference corresponds to the momentum. The dimensionless parameter 1 N 2 in the Josephson regime represents the ratio between interaction energy and tunneling.

2 Bose-Einstein Condensate in a Double Well: Two-Mode Theory … 23 Fig. 6 Schematics and notations for the 2-mode BH model. The two sites are denoted left and right, and are associated to the corresponding bosonic operators a L ,R and a L† ,R . φ L ,R are the wavefunctions associated to the left and right mode (we assume that they do not depend on the occupation of the modes). J represents the strength of tunnel coupling, U L and U R are proportional to the interaction energies in each site. 30), it is clear that the terms in factor of U L and U R correspond to the interaction energies in each mode.

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