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- W G Glöckle, T F Nonnenmacher
- Biophysical journal
- 1995

Relaxation processes and reaction kinetics of proteins deviate from exponential behavior because of their large amount of conformational substrates. The dynamics are governed by many time scales and, therefore, the decay of the relaxation function or reactant concentration is slower than exponential. Applying the idea of self-similar dynamics, we derive a… (More)

- E Epelbaum, W Glöckle, Ulf-G Meißner
- 2004

We consider the two–nucleon system at next-to-next-to-next-to-leading order (NLO) in chiral effective field theory. The two–nucleon potential at NLO consists of one-, twoand three-pion exchanges and a set of contact interactions with zero, two and four derivatives. In addition, one has to take into account various isospin–breaking and relativistic… (More)

- T. Lin, Ch. Elster, W. N. Polyzou, H. Wita, W. Glöckle
- 2008

T. Lin, Ch. Elster, W. N. Polyzou, H. Wita la, and W. Glöckle (a) Institute of Nuclear and Particle Physics, and Department of Physics and Astronomy, Ohio University, Athens, OH 45701, USA (b) Physics Division, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL 60439, USA (c) Department of Physics and Astronomy, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 52242, USA (d)… (More)

- E Epelbaum, W Glöckle
- 2000

We employ the chiral nucleon–nucleon potential derived in ref.[1] to study bound and scattering states in the two–nucleon system. At next–to–leading order, this potential is the sum of renormalized one–pion and two–pion exchange and contact interactions. At next–to–next–to-leading order, we have additional chiral two–pion exchange with low–energy constants… (More)

We substantiate our statement that the deuteron remains bound in the chiral limit. We critically discuss recent claims that effective field theory cannot give a definite answer to this question. email: evgeni.epelbaum@tp2.ruhr-uni-bochum.de email: u.meissner@fz-juelich.de email: walter.gloeckle@tp2.ruhr-uni-bochum.de 1. The question of the quark mass… (More)

Relativistic Faddeev equations for three-body scattering are solved at arbitrary energies in terms of momentum vectors without employing a partial wave decomposition. Relativistic invariance is incorporated withing the framework of Poincaré invariant quantum mechanics. Based on a MalflietTjon interaction, observables for elastic and breakup scattering are… (More)

- D. L. Groep, M. F. van Batenburg, +25 authors H. Witała
- 2000

D. L. Groep, M. F. van Batenburg, Th. S. Bauer, H. P. Blok, D. J. Boersma, E. Cisbani, R. De Leo, S. Frullani, F. Garibaldi, W. Glöckle, J. Golak, P. Heimberg, W. H. A. Hesselink, M. Iodice, D. G. Ireland, E. Jans,* H. Kamada, L. Lapikás, G. J. Lolos, C. J. G. Onderwater, R. Perrino, A. Scott, R. Starink, M. F. M. Steenbakkers, G. M. Urciuoli, H. de Vries,… (More)

The Faddeev equations for the three body bound state are solved directly as three dimensional integral equation without employing partial wave decomposition. The numerical stability of the algorithm is demonstrated. The three body binding energy is calculated for Malfliet-Tjon type potentials and compared with results obtained from calculations based on… (More)

- H Kamada, J Golak, K Miyagawa, H Wita La, W Glöckle
- 1997

The π-mesonic decay of the hypertriton is calculated based on a hypertriton wavefunction and 3N scattering states, which are rigorous solutions of 3-body Faddeev equations using realistic NN and hyperon-nucleon interactions. The total π-mesonic decay rate is found to be 92% of the free Λ decay rate, which is close to the experimental data. Together with the… (More)

We demonstrate that the partial wave decomposition of three-nucleon forces used up to now in momentum space has to be necessarily unstable at high partial waves. This does not affect the applications performed up to now, which were restricted to low partial waves. We present a new way to perform the partial wave decomposition which is free of that defect.… (More)