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“…In analogy to the imaginary potential, there is the question of whether the real potential also has a surface and volume contribution. While generally a surface component is not included, at high energy a "wine-bottle" shaped real potential is required to fit scattering data [26,27].…”
Section: Empirical Potentials For Nucleonsmentioning
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“…In analogy to the imaginary potential, there is the question of whether the real potential also has a surface and volume contribution. While generally a surface component is not included, at high energy a "wine-bottle" shaped real potential is required to fit scattering data [26,27].…”
Section: Empirical Potentials For Nucleonsmentioning
“…A number of DOM analyses for neutrons [140,141,142,143,144] were performed based on angular distributions and analyzing powers measured at Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory (TUNL) and additional such data and total sections from other sources. The targets ranged from 27 Al to 209 Bi and the fitted parameters were used to deduce bound-state properties including sp energies, spectroscopic factors following the prescription of Mahaux and Sartor [20].…”
Section: Dom Tunlmentioning
“…The calculations for heavy-ion knockout (triangles) and transfer (squares) have been performed using the sudden eikonal [194] and coupled-reaction channel (CRC) [375] formalisms, respectively, and are compared to experimental data from [367] (at 2100 MeV/nucleon) and [368] (at 26 MeV/nucleon). For (p, 2p) the data from [58] (at 451 MeV/nucleon) is analyzed using three different formalisms: Quantum Transfer to the Continuum (QTC) [348] (diamonds with a grid), eikonal DWIA [60] (dashed horizontal diamonds) and DWIA (dashed vertical diamonds) [329].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning