Toward a microscopic description of reactions involving exotic nuclei (2013)
- Autor USP: HUSSEIN, MAHIR SALEH - IF
- Unidade: IF
- Subjects: REAÇÕES NUCLEARES; ESPALHAMENTO
- Language: Inglês
- Abstract: We propose an extension of the Continuum Discretized Coupled Channels (CDCC) method, where the projectile is described by a microscopic cluster model. This microscopic generalization (MCDCC) only relies on nucleon-target interactions, and therefore presents an important predictive power. Core excitations can be included without any further parameter. As an example we investigate the 7Li+208Pb elastic scattering at Elab = 27 and 35 MeV. The 7Li nucleus is known to present an α+t cluster structure, and is well described by the Resonating Group Method. An excellent agreement is obtained for the 7Li+208Pb elastic cross sections, provided that breakup channels are properly included. We also present an application to inelastic scattering, and discuss future applications of the MCDCC.
ABNTDESCOUVEMON, P; HUSSEIN, Mahir Saleh. Toward a microscopic description of reactions involving exotic nuclei. [S.l: s.n.], 2013.
APADescouvemon, P., & Hussein, M. S. (2013). Toward a microscopic description of reactions involving exotic nuclei. São Paulo.
NLMDescouvemon P, Hussein MS. Toward a microscopic description of reactions involving exotic nuclei. 2013 ;
VancouverDescouvemon P, Hussein MS. Toward a microscopic description of reactions involving exotic nuclei. 2013 ;
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