E1-E2 interference in the Coulomb dissociation of 8 B

@article{Banerjee2000E1E2II,
  title={E1-E2 interference in the Coulomb dissociation of 8 B},
  author={Prabir Banerjee and Radhey Shyam},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2000},
  volume={62},
  pages={065804}
}
We investigate the effects arising out of the $E1 - E2$ interference in the Coulomb dissociation of $^8$B at beam energies below and around 50 MeV/nucleon. The theory has been formulated within a first order semiclassical scheme of Coulomb excitation, in which both the ground state and the continuum state wave functions of $^8$B enter as inputs. We find that the magnitude of the interference could be large in some cases. However, there are some specific observables which are free from the… 

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