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By Aram Mekjian (auth.), Michel Baranger, Erich Vogt (eds.)

As a lot unintentionally as through layout, the current quantity comes towards having a unmarried topic than any of our past volumes. That subject is the homes of nuclear energy capabilities or, however, the matter of line spreading. the road spreading or energy functionality options are crucial for the nucleus due to its many levels of freedom. the outline of the nucleus is approached by utilizing version wave functions-for instance, the shell version or the collective model-in which one has truncated the variety of levels of freedom. The query then is how heavily do the version wave capabilities correspond to the particular nuclear wave features which get pleasure from all of the levels of freedom of the nuclear Hamiltonian? extra accurately, one perspectives the version wave capabilities as vectors in a Hilbert area and one perspectives the particular wave capabilities as vectors spanning one other, higher Hilbert house. Then the query is: how is a single-model wave functionality (or vector) unfold one of the vectors akin to the particular wave features? for instance we ponder a version country that's a shell-model wave functionality with a unmarried nucleon additional to a closed shell. the sort of version kingdom is named a single-particle wave functionality. on the power of the single-particle waVe functionality one of many real nuclear wave services may possibly resemble the single-particle wave functionality closely.

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24 Aram Mekjian Although such a relationship between the optical model and nucleonnucleon scattering is appealing, it is not valid at low energies because of multiple scattering corrections. This approach has therefore been referred to as the frivolous model. A second attempt (Blo 57a, Blo 57b, LTW 55, BD 57) is based on the R-matrix theory of nuclear reactions (WE 47, LT 58), which is a rigorous and general framework and should therefore, with appropriate approximations, account for the data which are described phenomenologically by the complex-potential model.

This Pauli principle correction to the optical model, when expressed as a ratio of the nucleon-nucleon collision cross section in nuclear matter and in free space P = a/aF, has been obtained by Goldberger (GoI48) for a degenerate Fermi gas description of the target: (58) The 'fJ = EF/ E1 is the ratio of the Fermi energy EF to the kinetic energy E1 of the incoming nucleon, measured from the bottom of the Fermi sea. The importance of the Pauli correction has also been discussed by others (LW 55, MMM 55, Ser 47, CV 55, Ste 57).

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