Effective Forces Between Quantum Bound States.

@article{Rokash2017EffectiveFB,
  title={Effective Forces Between Quantum Bound States.},
  author={Alexander Rokash and E. Epelbaum and H. Krebs and Dean Lee},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2017},
  volume={118 23},
  pages={
          232502
        }
}
Recent ab initio lattice studies have found that the interactions between alpha particles (^{4}He nuclei) are sensitive to seemingly minor details of the nucleon-nucleon force, such as interaction locality. In order to uncover the essential physics of this puzzling phenomenon without unnecessary complications, we study a simple model involving two-component fermions in one spatial dimension. We probe the interaction between two bound dimers for several different particle-particle interactions… Expand
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