Microscopic model of optical potential for testing the 12,14Be+p elastic scattering at 700 Mev
Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia
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Published online: 3 April 2019
The data on the 12,14Be + p elastic scattering cross sections at 700 Mev are compared with those obtained by solving the relativistic wave equation with the microscopic optical potentials calculated as folding of the NN amplitude of scattering with densities of these nuclei in the form of the symmetrized Fermi function with the fitted radius and diffuseness parameters, and also with the densities obtained in two microscopic models, based on the Generator Coordinate Method (GCM) and the other one – on the Variational Method of Calculations (VMC). For 12Be, above models turn out to be in a small disagreement with the data at "large" angles of scattering θ ≥ 9°, while for the 14Be one sees some inconsistence at smaller angles, too.
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