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PROGRAMS FOR COLLECTIVE NUCLEAR MODEL CALCULATIONS IN DEFORMED EVEN-EVEN NUCLEI,
NAVAL RADIOLOGICAL DEFENSE LAB SAN FRANCISCO CALIF
After an outline of current collective model theories of deformed, even-even nuclei, both for positive parity states quadrupole deformation and for negative parity states octupole deformation, a series of FORTRAN II computer programs necessary to calculate relevant physical quantities from these models is discussed. First programs are given which can be used to calculate eigenvectors and eigenvalues of the allowed angular momenta for rigid rotators of either deformation. Then programs are given with which the reduced matrix elements for electric quadrupole transitions can be calculated. These programs use the eigenvectors calculated by the previous set. Finally, programs are given which can be used to calculate the effect of deformation vibrations on the energy levels and the transition ratios. A number of graphs of the complete transition ratios for E2 transitions within positive parity and within negative parity bands are included. Author