Translationally invariant nuclear wave functions are constructed from deformed harmonic oscillator shell-model wave functions, with an exact projection of angular momentum quantum numbers. It is shown that the computation of matrix elements with the translationally invariant wave functions is as simple as the standard calculation, and formulae are obtained for (i) the potential energy, (ii) the kinetic energy and rms radius, and (iii) the charge form factor. © 1975.
Guardiola, R. (1975). On the construction of translationally invariant deformed wave functions. Nuclear Physics, Section A, 253(2), 289–300. https://doi.org/10.1016/0375-9474(75)90483-2