In the attached file, I have formulated a simple one dimensional harmonic oscillator and solved the model numerically. Such a model might represent a simple reaction coordinate along which a liquid drop actinide nucleus might split after absorbing a neutron. Clearly the complete model involves multiple modes and highly non-linear behaviour of the Hook's Law spring constant. But at least the approach this problem seems relatively simple.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Simple relativistic harmonic oscillator

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