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|Double folding with a density-dependent effective interaction and it s analytical approximation
|Lozano Leyva, Manuel, 1949
Viñas Gausí, Xavier
|Teoria de camps (Física)
Field theory (Physics)
|The American Physical Society
|The real part of the optical potential for heavy ion elastic scattering is obtained by double folding of the nuclear densities with a density-dependent nucleon-nucleon effective interaction which was successful in describing the binding, size, and nucleon separation energies in spherical nuclei. A simple analytical form is found to differ from the resulting potential considerably less than 1% all through the important region. This analytical potential is used so that only few points of the folding need to be computed. With an imaginary part of the Woods-Saxon type, this potential predicts the elastic scattering angular distribution in very good agreement with experimental data, and little renormalization (unity in most cases) is needed.
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|Physical Review C, 1981, vol. 23, núm. 2, p. 780-786
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