Theoretical and empirical d+4He potentials: an anomalous Majorana component?
Nuclear Physics A, 728(3-4) pp. 415–422.
We have surveyed, with recalculation where required, existing empirical and RGM-derived local d−4He potentials in order to identify, in empirically derived potentials, features predicted by RGM. Qualitative consistency emerges, but the energy dependence of the Majorana central component of the d+4He interaction, as determined by inversion of RGM S-matrix, suggests a ratio of even-l to odd-l central potential (expressed in terms of volume integrals) of about 1.5 at Elab=10 MeV. The value of this ratio extracted from empirical potentials is much lower.
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||Nuclear reactions with deuterons; Inverse scattering; 2H+4He; Parity dependence; Resonating Group Method; Iterative perturbative procedure
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