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A dynamical model for multifragmentation of nuclei
Abstract A schematic model based on molecular dynamics and a restructured aggregation model is presented. We apply it to study the 16 O+ 80 Br system at several bombarding energies and compare someExpand
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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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Effective masses, occupation probabilities and quasiparticle strengths in 208Pb
The dispersion relation approach is applied to the calculation of the following quantities: the radial and the energy dependence of the effective masses which characterize the mean field felt byExpand
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Neutron emission in muon capture by 40Ca
Abstract The neutron spectrum and asymmetry have been calculated for 40 Ca with different wave functions for the bound proton and the emitted neutron. The asymmetry is shown to be very sensitive toExpand
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Stability of excited nuclei in a dynamical simulation
Abstract We investigate the stability of excited 197 Au nuclei with respect to multifragmentation using a dynamical simulation based on molecular dynamics and restructured aggregation. We focusExpand
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Radial and energy dependence of the dispersive contributions to the α + 16O and α + 40Ca potentials near the threshold anomaly
Abstract Previous work on the application of a dispersion relation to the energy dependence of the strength of the nucleus-nucleus potential near the threshold anomaly is extended to the radialExpand
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Real part of the nuclear interaction potential between α or p and excited heavy nuclei
Abstract We investigate, within a very simple double folding model, the nuclear interaction potential between α or p and excited heavy nuclei. The densities of the excited nuclei are calculated usingExpand
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Mean square deviation from a slater determinant and scaling effects in models of the correlated ground state of nuclear matter and of 208Pb
Abstract It is proposed to characterize the deviation of the one-body density matrix, ϱ , of the correlated nuclear ground state from that, ϱ 0 , of an uncorrelated system by the following quantity σExpand
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Calculation of interaction potentials between two heavy ions at finite temperature
Abstract Nuclear densities at finite temperature are generated by a modified hot Thomas-Fermi model. They are used to calculate hot interaction potentials. A simple dynamical calculation performedExpand
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Microscopic optical model analysis of elastic scattering cross sections for nucleon-40Ca systems at low energy
Abstract Neutron and proton- 40 Ca elastic scattering angular distributions and total reaction cross sections are calculated between 10 and 40 MeV using the microscopic optical potential derived byExpand
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