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Single-Particle Motion in Nuclei
The shell model and the optical model play a central role in the description of nuclear structure and of nuclear reactions. In both models, the average nucleon-nucleus interaction is described by aExpand
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Optical-model potential in finite nuclei from Reid's hard core interaction
Starting from the Brueckner-Hartree-Fock approximation and Reid's hard core nucleon-nucleon interaction, we calculate and parametrize the energy and the density dependence of the isoscalar,Expand
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Empirical and theoretical investigation of the average potential of nucleons in 40Ca and 208Pb
Abstract From compilations of the empirical values of the complex mean field V ( r ; E ) + iW ( r ; E ) felt by protons and neutrons in 40 Ca and 208 Pb, it is concluded that the radial moments ∫ V (Expand
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Dispersion relation approach to the mean field and spectral functions of nucleons in 40Ca
Abstract The variational moment approach is applied to the construction of the complex single-particle mean field felt by protons and neutrons in 40Ca, at negative as well as at positive energies.Expand
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Dynamics of the shell model
Abstract Many Fermi liquids are amenable to a shell-model description, where the particles move in an average potential. The coupling of the single-particle degrees of freedom to other modes ofExpand
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Compound nuclear reactions as a test of T-invariance
Abstract The consequences of a T-violating component of the nuclear forces on the structure of the S-matrix and on the principle of detailed balance are investigated. The one- and two-level cases areExpand
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Regular ArticleRelationship between Feshbach's and Green's Function Theories of the Nucleon–Nucleus Mean Field☆
We clarify the relationship and difference between theories of the optical-model potential which had previously been developed in the framework of Feshbach's projection operator approach to nuclearExpand
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Causality and the threshold anomaly of the nucleus-nucleus potential
Abstract According to the causality principle, a scattered wave cannot be emitted before the arrival of the incident wave. This principle implies the existence of a dispersion relation between theExpand
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