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“…Indeed, essentially these data only determine [6] certain moments. Consequently, it has been customary [1,2] in phenomenological analyses to make the simplest assumption that the potential follows the shape of the density distribution of the target nucleus, leaving the real and imaginary strengths as two adjustable parameters.…”
Section: Potentials From ~5-atom Datamentioning
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“…Indeed, essentially these data only determine [6] certain moments. Consequently, it has been customary [1,2] in phenomenological analyses to make the simplest assumption that the potential follows the shape of the density distribution of the target nucleus, leaving the real and imaginary strengths as two adjustable parameters.…”
Section: Potentials From ~5-atom Datamentioning
“…repulsive), W= 150 MeV at E= 175 MeV; these we call the GW potentials. More recently, Niskanen and Green [6] have calculated/7 scattering by potentials explicitly constructed for positive energies, but without medium effects. The real parts of these potentials rapidly become attractive as the energy increases so, for example, that for /7+ 160 at 130 MeV is about 130 MeV deep at r=0.…”
Section: Theoretical Potentialsmentioning
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