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Folding model potentials from realistic interactions for heavy-ion scattering
Abstract The double-folding model, with “realistic” nucleon-nucleon interactions based upon a G-matrix constructed from the Reid potential, is used to calculate the real part of the optical potentialExpand
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Nuclear incompressibility and density dependent NN interactions in the folding model for nucleus-nucleus potentials
A generalized version of density dependence has been introduced into the M3Y effective nucleon-nucleon $(\mathrm{NN})$ interaction that was based on the $G$-matrix elements of the Paris $\mathrm{NN}$Expand
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Folding model analysis of α-particle elastic scattering with a semirealistic density-dependent effective interaction
Abstract Differential cross sections for the elastic scattering of α-particles from 40Ca, 46,48,50Ti, 58Ni, 90Zr and 208Pb at 140 MeV and from 58,60,62,64Ni at 172 MeV are analysed using aExpand
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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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Isospin and macroscopic models for the excitation of giant resonances and other collective states
Abstract Recently there has been some confusion over the excitation of “isovector” giant resonances by isoscalar probes. We present a unified theoretical description of macroscopic models that may beExpand
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Fusion barriers, empirical and theoretical: Evidence for dynamic deformation in subbarrier fusion
Abstract Semiempirical fusion barriers have been obtained by analysis of 87 excitation functions for complete fusion. These barriers are used as a test for several theoretical potentials. For most ofExpand
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Spin-orbit coupling for spin-1 particles
Abstract A one-body spin-orbit potential for spin-1 particles may contain, in addition to the familiar vector term 1 · s used with spin - 1 2 particles, certain tensor terms T. The T may beExpand
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Elastic and inelastic scattering of /sup 12/C by /sup 12/C from E/sub c. m. / = 35--63 MeV
Differential cross sections for the elastic scattering, single excitation (Q = -4.43 MeV), and mutual excitation (Q = -8.86 MeV) of /sup 12/C by /sup 12/C have been measured at 14 bombarding energiesExpand
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Excitation of giant dipole and giant quadrupole states in nuclei Nucl. Phys. A195 (1972) 1
Abstract Calculations are presented for the excitation by protons of giant dipole ( T = 1) and quadrupole ( T = 0) states in nuclei. Two simple models are used for the transition densities andExpand
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Elementary Scattering Theory
This chapter is concerned with developing the basic language to be used in describing nuclear reactions and with establishing some general properties that such descriptions must satisfy. We indicatedExpand
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