Marta Anguiano

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Construction of the first stage of the Pierre Auger Observatory has begun. The aim of the Observatory is to collect unprecedented information about cosmic rays above 10 18 eV: The first phase of the project, the construction and operation of a prototype system, known as the engineering array, has now been completed. It has allowed all of the subsystems that(More)
We present exact Hartree–Fock–Bogoliubov calculations with the finite range density dependent Gogny force using a triaxial basis. For the first time, all contributions to the Pairing and Fock Fields arising from the Gogny and Coulomb interactions as well as the two-body correction of the kinetic energy have been calculated in this basis. We analyze the(More)
A model to study two-proton emission processes induced by electron scattering is developed. The process is induced by one-body electromagnetic operators acting together with short-range correlations, and by two-body ∆ currents. The model includes all the diagrams containing a single correlation function. A test of the sensitivity of the model to the various(More)
One-nucleon emission processes induced by photon absorption are studied by considering short-range correlations effects. At energies above the giant resonance region the validity of the direct knockout model has been tested by comparison with continuum Random Phase Approximation results. Nucleon re-scattering effects have been considered by using an optical(More)
One-nucleon emission electron scattering experiments are studied with a model that considers short-range correlations up to the first order in the number of correlation lines. The proper normalization of the many-body wave functions requires the evaluation of two-and three-point diagrams, the last ones usually neglected in the literature. When all these(More)
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