Massimiliano Alvioli

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A detailed analysis of the effect of short-range and tensor correlations on one- and two-nucleon momentum distributions of medium-weight nuclei (12<or=A<or=40) is carried out. Although our Letter is primarily aimed at understanding the role of the tensor force on nucleon momentum distributions of medium-weight nuclei, the possible relevance of our results(More)
Final state interactions in inclusive quasi-elastic A(e, e)X processes at large Q are characterized by the large virtuality of the ejected nucleon. A straightforward way to incorporate virtuality effects in the process is through the Feynman diagrams formalism[1]. The amplitude describing n consecutive rescattering of the ejectile emerging from the(More)
We developed a Monte Carlo event generator for production of nucleon configurations in complex nuclei consistently including effects of Nucleon-Nucleon (NN) correlations. Our approach is based on the Metropolis search for configurations satisfying essential constraints imposed by shortand long-range NN correlations, guided by the findings of realistic(More)
The total neutron-Nucleus cross section has been calculated within an approach which takes into account nucleon-nucleon correlations, Glauber multiple scattering and inelastic shadowing corrections. Nuclear targets ranging from 4He to 208Pb and neutron incident momentum ranging from 3 to 300 GeV/c, have been considered. Correlations have been introduced by(More)
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