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By Sidney Kahana, A. J. Baltz (auth.), Michel Baranger, Erich Vogt (eds.)

ISBN-10: 1461582342

ISBN-13: 9781461582342

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The 3 articles of the current quantity in actual fact express a large scope of articles, that's the purpose of this sequence. the item by way of Kahana and Baltz lies usually circulate of the big circulation of labor at the moment in development with heavy-ion accelerators. A comparable article by means of Terry Fortune on "Multinuclear move Reactions with Heavy Ions" is scheduled to seem within the subsequent quantity. the object via Whitehead, Watt, Cole, and Morrison relates to the nuclear-shell version for which a couple of articles have seemed in our sequence. Our first actual quantity had a piece of writing on how SU(3) strategies can, with nice beauty, allow one to deal with the extensive variety of states inside a configuration. however the genuine nuclear strength isn't really precisely that yielded through the stylish thoughts, and so curiosity persevered in facing the big variety of states via brute strength. Then the Glasgow university of Whitehead et al. came across that mathematical concepts existed for coping extra easily with the bottom eigenvalues of huge matrices. the current ar­ ticle goals commonly to make available to nuclear physicists the equipment built at Glasgow. the ultimate article by way of Baer, Crowe, and Truol on radiative pion catch describes a brand new box of value as a result of the creation of the meson factories. increasingly more pions and muons turns into normal instruments in nuclear physics.

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Deg) 20 100 150 200 ol;)l ~N or. 50 100 150 200 Fig. 16. Angular distributions for 94Mo(180, 180)98Mo at 55, 60, and 70 MeV. m(deg) 60 eo \j E'ab = 70 MeV 94 Mo (''0,'60 ) 96 Mo 250rl---,----r---,----r---,r---~--~ a: N ;:; I» IJI ~ ~ Q. ::I I» I» ::I I» ~ I» ::r ~ ::I en t One- and Two-Nucleon Transfer Reactions with Heavy Ions 45 The Argonne analysis (K6r+ 73) shows a systematic shift between theoretical and observed shapes for both one- and two-proton transfer. Use of an optical potential with a slightly smaller radius than demanded by elastic data (K6r+ 73, Fig.

Such an approach might seem more appropriate to the transfer of a tightly bound a-particle group of four nucleons than to the transfer of a loosely correlated pair. A more sophisticated calculation would coherently sum over various possible relative motions of the nucleons in the cluster. Use of oscillator wave functions for the transferred nucleons allows this coherent sum to be easily calculated, but in many cases causes mishandling of the important asymptotic properties of these bound states.

J. Baltz , ..... _ - - , / / I / I Fig. 6. Classical orbits at impact parameters SI, S2, S3 corresponding to the orbital momenta 11 ,2,3 in Fig. 4, and all contributing to the same scattering angle ",. The simultaneous presence of the orbits 11 ,2,a produces quantum effects in the differential cross section. Interference between the orbits 11 ,2 is characterized by oscillations of angular period 2n/k(s2 - SI), decreasing towards forward angles. At the impact parameter Sr and scattering angle OJ these two solutions coalesce, the steepest descents method must be modified, and one observes the rainbow phenomenon (Som 54; Fra 73).

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