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Mackintosh, R. S.; Hirabayashi, Y. and Ohkubo, S. (2015). Emergence of a secondary rainbow and the dynamical polarization potential for 16O on 12C at 330 MeV. Physical Review C, 91(2), article no. 024616. file


Mackintosh, Raymond and Keeley, Nicholas (2014). Phonon coupling effects in proton scattering from 40Ca. Physical Review C, 90, article no. 044601. file

Keeley, N. and Mackintosh, R. S. (2014). Dynamic polarization potential and dynamical nonlocality in nuclear potentials: nucleon-nucleus potential. Physical Review C, 90(4), article no. 044602. file


Mackintosh, R. S. (2013). Interpreting increases in |SL| due to channel coupling. Physical Review C, 88(5), article no. 054603.

Mackintosh, R. S. and Pang, D. Y. (2013). Significant features of 8B scattering from 208Pb at 170.3 MeV. Physical Review C, 88, article no. 014608. file


Mackintosh, R.S. and Pang, D.Y. (2012). Increase in |SL| induced by channel coupling: the case of deuteron scattering. Physical Review C, 86(4) 047602. file

Mackintosh, R. S. and Keeley, N. (2012). Coupling effects in proton scattering from 40Ca. Physical Review C, 85(6) 064603. file


Mackintosh, R. S. and Keeley, N. (2011). Addendum to “Strong coupling effects in proton scattering from 8He”. Physical Review C, 83(5) 057601. file

Keeley, N. and Mackintosh, R. S. (2011). Dynamic polarization potential due to pickup coupling for proton scattering from 6He. Physical Review C, 83(4) 044608. file

Pang, D. Y. and Mackintosh, R. S. (2011). Dynamic polarization potential due to 6Li breakup on 12C. Physical Review C, 84(6) file


Mackintosh, R. S. and Keeley, N. (2010). Strong coupling effects in proton scattering from 8He. Physical Review C, 81(3) pp. 1–15. file

Keeley, N.; Mackintosh, R. S. and Beck, C. (2010). Breakup coupling effects on near-barrier 6Li, 7Be and 8B + 58Ni elastic scattering compared. Nuclear Physics A, 834(1-4) 792c-795c. file


Mackintosh, R. and Keeley, N. (2009). He6 breakup dynamic polarization potential reexamined. Physical Review C, 79(1) 01461. file


Keeley, N. and Mackintosh, R. S. (2008). Pickup coupling effects in deuteron scattering: The case of d + 40Ca. Physical Review C, 77(054603) pp. 1–13.


Mackintosh, R. S. and Keeley, N. (2007). Strong pickup-channel coupling effects in proton scattering: The case of p+10Be. Physical Review C, 76(024601) pp. 1–6.


Mackintosh, R.S. (2005). Nuclear applications of inverse scattering, present ... and future? In: Perspectives on Nuclear Data for the Next Decade, 26-28 Sep 2005, Bruyeres-le-Chatel, France.

Giot, L.; Roussel-Chomaz, P.; Alamanos, N.; Auger, F.; Cortina-Gil, M.-D.; Demonchy, Ch. E.; Fernandez, J.; Gillibert, A.; Jouanne, C.; Lapoux, V.; Mackintosh, R. S.; Mittig, W.; Nalpas, L.; Pakou, A.; Pita, S.; Pollacco, E. C.; Rodin, A.; Rusek, K.; Savajols, H.; Sida, J. L.; Skaza, F.; Stepantsov, S.; Ter-Akopian, G.; Thompson, I. and Wolski, R. (2005). Study of the ground-state wave function of 6He via the 6He(p,t)alpha transfer reaction. European Physical Journal A - Hadrons and Nuclei, 25(Suppl. 1) pp. 267–269.

Skaza, F.; Keeley, N.; Lapoux, V.; Alamanos, N.; Auger, F.; Beaumel, D.; Becheva, E.; Blumenfeld, Y.; Delaunay, F.; Drouart, A.; Gillibert, A.; Giot, L.; Kemper, K.W.; Mackintosh, R.S.; Nalpas, L.; Pakou, A.; Pollacco, E.C.; Raabe, R.; Roussel-Chomaz, P.; Scarpaci, J-A.; Sida, J-L.; Stepantsov, S. and Wolski, R. (2005). Important pickup coupling effect on 8He(p,p) elastic scattering. Physics Letters B, 619(1-2) pp. 82–87.

Keeley, N. and Mackintosh, R.S. (2005). Breakup dynamic polarization potential for 6He+208Pb: energy dependence and generic properties. Physical Review C, 71 057601.

Giot, L.; Roussel-Chomaz, P.; Demonchy, C.E.; Mittig, W.; Savajols, H.; Alamanos, N.; Auger, F.; Gillibert, A.; Jouanne, C.; Lapoux, V.; Nalpas, L.; Pollacco, E.C.; Sida, J.L.; Skazza, F.; Cortina-Gil, M.D.; Femandez-Vasquez, J.; Mackintosh, R.S.; Pakou, A.; Pita, S.; Rodin, A.; Stepantsov, S.; Ter Akopian, G.M.; Rusek, K.; Thompson, I.J. and Wolski, R. (2005). Investigation of 6He cluster structures. Physical Review C, 71 064311.

Mackintosh, Ray (2005). Public awareness activities: creating NUCLEUS. Nuclear Physics News, 15(2) pp. 42–44.


Mackintosh, R. S. (2004). The p+6He interaction from Ec.m.=0.5 to 25 MeV. Nuclear Physics A, 742(1-2) pp. 3–13.

Mackintosh, R.S. and Keeley, N. (2004). Breakup dynamic polarization potential for 6He+208Pb at 27 MeV. Physical Review C, 70(2, Article no: 024604)

Kukulin, V.I. and Mackintosh, R.S. (2004). The Application of inversion to nuclear scattering. Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics, 30(2) R1-R55.


Mackintosh, R.S. (2003). Theoretical and empirical d+4He potentials: an anomalous Majorana component? Nuclear Physics A, 728(3-4) pp. 415–422.

Cooper, S.G. and Mackintosh, R.S. (2003). Data-to-potential inversion for tensor polarized deuterons scattered from 4He. Nuclear Physics A, 723(1-2) pp. 45–68.

Mackintosh, R.S. and Rusek, K. (2003). Dynamic polarization potential for 6He + p due to breakup. Physical Review C, 67(3) 034607.

Heiberg-Andersen, H.; Mackintosh, R.S. and Vaagen, J.S. (2003). A New phenomenological tau-alpha interaction. Nuclear Physics A, 713(1-2) pp. 63–80.


Boztosun, I and Mackintosh, R.S. (2002). Investigation of the coupling potential by means of S-matrix inversion. Physical Review C, 66(064602)


Mackintosh, Ray; Al-Khalili, Jim; Jonson, Bjorn and Pena, Teresa (2001). Nucleus: a trip into the heart of the matter. United Kingdom: Canopus Publishing Limited.

Mackintosh, Raymond S. (2001). Telling the world about nuclear physics. Physics Education, 36(1) pp. 35–39.

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