Spectral averaging for single-nucleon-transfer sum rules

J. P. Draayer, University of Rochester
J. B. French, University of Rochester
M. Prasad, University of Rochester
V. Potbhare, University of Rochester
S. S.M. Wong, University of Toronto


Spectral averaging methods are used to calculate, directly in terms of the Hamiltonian matrix elements, the quantities determined by the non-energy-weighted and linear-energy-weighted sum rules for single-nucleon addition and removal. Occupancies and strength centroids, and their isospin decomposition, are given throughout the spectrum for some ds-shell cases. © 1975.