Effect of P wave interaction in He-6 and Li-6 photoabsorption

@article{Bacca2004EffectOP,
  title={Effect of P wave interaction in He-6 and Li-6 photoabsorption},
  author={S. Bacca and Nir Barnea and Winfried Leidemann and Giuseppina Orlandini},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2004},
  volume={69},
  pages={057001}
}
The total photoabsorption cross sections of six-body nuclei are calculated including complete final state interaction via the Lorentz Integral Transform method. The effect of nucleon-nucleon central P-wave forces is investigated. Comparing to results with central potentials containg S-wave forces only one finds considerably more strength in the low-energy cross sections and a rather strong improvement in comparison with experimental data, in particular for 6Li. 
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