Few-Body Problem in Nuclear Reactions: Beyond the horizon of the three-body Faddeev equations
Department of Physics, Faculty of Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Science, 2641 Yamazaki, Noda-city, Chiba 278-8510 Japan
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Published online: 21 June 2016
Recent progress in few-body problem physics based on the three-body Faddeev equations is reviewed for three-related fields. The first field involves the description of light nuclear reactions in terms of multi-channel three-body Faddeev equations. The second field is the investigation of the two- and three-body threshold behaviors for the NNπ system using the three-body Faddeev equations, where the πD and the NN′ or N-(Nπ) scattering lengths are calculated, and also we show that the NN′ potential has a long range term of 1/r2 form. The third is a new Coulomb treatment in terms of a generalized screening range to describe on-shell Coulomb amplitudes which is useful in the threebody Faddeev equations. This procedure reproduces both of the Coulomb phase shift and the wave function from the electron-electron to the heavy-ion-heavy-ion systems.
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