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On one-boson exchange potentials in nucleon-nucleon scattering

Christofer CronstroМ€m

On one-boson exchange potentials in nucleon-nucleon scattering

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Published in [Helsinki .
Written in English

  • Particles (Nuclear physics),
  • Scattering (Physics)

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 8.

    Other titlesOne-boson exchange potentials in nucleon-nucleon scattering.
    Statement[by] C. Cronström and K. V. Laurikainen.
    SeriesSuomen Tiedeseura. Commentationes physico-mathematicae,, v. 31, nr. 4, 1965
    ContributionsLaurikainen, Kalervo Vihtori.
    LC ClassificationsQ60 .F555 vol. 31, no. 4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p.
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL223727M
    LC Control Numbera 68000249

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On one-boson exchange potentials in nucleon-nucleon scattering by Christofer CronstroМ€m Download PDF EPUB FB2

The nuclear force has been the heart of nuclear physics ever since the field was born in with the discovery of the neutron by Chadwick [].

In fact, during the first few decades of nuclear Cited by:   We find, as others, that the real part, the one-boson exchange potential (OBEP), produces many resonances. However, the inclusion of the dominant absorptive part eliminates all of them.

In addition, we find that the N N scattering is sensitive to the unknown, short-range behaviour of this OBEP and, therefore, we question its predictive by: The one-boson-exchange model and the Nijmegen potential The first quantitative meson-theoretic models for the NN interaction were the one-boson-exchange potentials (OBEP).

They emerged after the exper-imental discovery of heavy mesons in the early ’s. In general, about six non-strange bosons with masses below 1 GeV are taken into. One-Boson-Exchange potential and Nucleon-Nucleon scattering This FORTRAN 77 code encompasses the relativistic momentum space One-Boson-Exchange potential (OBEP) and Nucleon-Nucleon scattering.

It was written by R. Machleidt and appeared in [R. Machleidt, Computational Nuclear Physics 2 Nuclear Reactions, (Springer-Verlag, ), K. Langanke, J.

This chapter focuses on trinucleon properties with one-boson-exchange (OBE) potentials. The properties of the bound three-nucleon systems, 3 H and 3 He, have been the subject of considerable interest.

The theoretical formulations of the problem are now well established, and the numerical methods for solving the equations are such that the wave functions for these Cited by: 6. In the past few years the one-boson-exchange model has been used in a number of different calculations of the nucleon-nucleon scattering amplitudes [ These calculations use various forms of unitarization, and some of them also have dispersion-theoretic refinements such as threshold subtractions [] and N/D integrals [3].Cited by: From a combined analysis of nucleon-nucleon and hyperon-nucleon scattering with a one-boson-exchange-potential-model the NN results are presented.

The model consists of local potentials due to exchanges of members of the pseudoscalar and vector meson nonets and the scalar meson epsilon taken as a unitary singlet. We investigate characteristic properties of On one-boson exchange potentials in nucleon-nucleon scattering book meson-exchange potentials to achieve a simultaneous description of the nucleon-nucleon ({ital NN}) and hyperon-nucleon ({ital YN}) interactions in the (3{ital q})-(3{ital q}) resonating-group.

One-boson-exchange potentials and nucleon-nucleon scattering / R. Machleidt --The G-matrix in finite nuclei / H. Müther and P.U. Sauer --The nuclear-matter effective interaction / Martin Fuchs and Philip J.

Stiemens --Microscopic description of nuclear collisions / G. Blüge, K. Langanke, and H.-G. Reusch --The distorted-wave born. One-Boson-Exchange Potentials and Nucleon-Nucleon Scattering.

Machleidt. Pages The G-Matrix in Finite Nuclei. The Quark Model and the Nucleon-Nucleon Interaction. Amand Faessler, U. Straub. Pages Back Matter. Pages PDF. About this book. Introduction. Computation is essential to our modern understanding of. One-Boson-Exchange Potentials and Nucleon-Nucleon Scattering -- The Meson Theory of Nuclear Forces -- Relativistic Two-Nucleon Scattering -- One-Boson-Exchange Potentials -- Numerics and Codes -- Using the Codes -- What Else.

-- Acknowledgments -- References -- 2. The Method of Unitary Clothing Transformations in the Theory of Nucleon–Nucleon Scattering Article in Few-Body Systems 48(2) December. Testing Nucleon–nucleon Potentials in Three- and Four-nucleon Scattering Observables Article in Few-Body Systems 54(12) December with 10 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Computation is essential to our modern understanding of nuclear systems. Although simple analytical models might guide our intuition, the complex­ ity of the nuclear many-body problem and the ever-increasing precision of experimental results require large-scale numerical studies for a.

Among the topics considered are (1) the so-called high-precision nucleon-nucleon potentials that emerged in the mid s, (2) progress in the microscopic description of the intermediate-range On one-boson exchange potentials in nucleon-nucleon scattering book of the nucleon-nucleon interaction in terms of correlated pion-pion and rho-pion exchange and (3) efforts towards a quantitative de.

The two pion exchange potentials are evaluated by carrying out the numerical integrations of three Feynman parameters in the corresponding Feynman diagrams.

The two pion exchange potentials give rise to the attractive force which is quite similar to the effective scalar meson with its mass of ms≃mπ and its strength of at T = 0 by: 2.

These models became known as one-boson-exchange models, which is a reference to the fact that the different mesons are exchanged singly in this model.

The one-boson-exchange model is very successful in explaining essentially all properties of the nucleon-nucleon interaction at low energies [3,4,5,6,7,8,9]. In the s and 80s, also meson Cited by: 4. to N- N One Boson Exchange Potentials. Nuovo Cimento B6, ) R.A. Bryan and A. Gersten, Possible Time Reversal Non-Invariance in Nuclear Forces.

Physical Review Lett () R.A. Bryan and A. Gersten, Relativistic Treatment of Low-Energy Nucleon-Nucleon Scattering. The aim of this book is to examine the underlying physical picture behind these phenomena in a systematic and coherent way.

The authors emphasize the interplay between physical concepts and experimental facts more than the formal tools, which are presented in a series of appendices. The book is directed towards advanced students as well as. scripton of the nucleon-nucleon interaction utilizing methods based on effective field theory.

1 Introduction In my talk I want to give a brief overview of recent devel-opements in our understanding of the fundamental nucleon-nucleon (NN) interaction.

Naturally, such a review will be in basically all one-boson exchange models of the NNin. one-boson-exchange (OBE) model [6{11] emerged, which still today is the most economical and quantitative phenomenology for describing the NNinteraction [12{14].

The weak point of this model, however, is the scalar-isoscalar \sigma" or \epsilon" boson, for which empirical evidence remains controversial. Since this. Two-Nucleon Scattering without partial waves using a While realistic momentum-space nucleon-nucleon potentials are available, they are either given in terms of partial-wave expansions, ried out for a chiral next-to-next-leading order NN force and a standard one-boson-exchange potential in [.

A basic foundation for the latter rests on File Size: KB. On the other hand, the nucleon-nucleon interaction with one boson exchange potential (OBEP) is quite successful for reproducing the nucleon-nucleon scattering data.

In fact, there are already sufficiently large numbers of works available for the determination of the shape of nucleon-nucleon potential with one boson exchange processes. The general framework of the different approaches presented in the book is the meson theory of nuclear forces — where no free parameter is introduced — and the many-body treatment of nucleon-nucleon correlations.

The ultimate hope of this world-wide effort is the understanding of the structure of nuclear matter, both in the ground state and. ABSTRACT. Recent developements in our understanding of the fundamental nucleon-nucleon interaction are reviewed.

Among the topics considered are (1) the so-called high-precision nucleon-nucleon potentials that emerged in the mid s, (2) progress in the microscopic description of the intermediate-range part of the nucleon-nucleon interaction in terms of.

The book also introduces the reader to triton with realistic potentials, backward proton-deuteron scattering, and deep inelastic lepton-nucleon interactions at high energy. This book will benefit physicists, students, and researchers who want to learn about the dynamics of few body Edition: 1.

"N-N one-boson-exchange potentials based on generalized meson field theory" with T. Ueda and F. Riewe, Phy Rev C, 17, ;3, May UV "Cloud Effects on/Photoclimatology" with J.

Spinhirne to appear in the Proceedings of the Twelfth International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment, April, Manila. [77] Nagels M M, Rijken T A, De Swart J J. Baryon-baryon scattering in a one-boson-exchange-potential approach. III. A nucleon-nucleon and hyperon-nucleon analysis including contributions of a nonet of scalar mesons.

Phys Rev D,–Author: Kaiwen Li, Xiulei Ren, Lisheng Geng, Bingwei Long. Despite the progress made in understanding the NN interactions at long distances based on effective field theories, the understanding of the dynamics of short range NN interactions remains as elusive as ever.

One of the most fascinating properties of short range interaction is its repulsive nature which is responsible for the stability of strongly interacting matter.

The relevant. This book is a tutorial introduction to the field of modern nuclear physics. It can bridge the gap between standard textbook material and research literature for those who intend to work in any of the disciplines where nuclear science and technology is going to play an important role in the future.

scattering theory mev   Effective Nucleon–Nucleon Interaction in the RPA (E F Batista et al.) Asymmetries in Heavy Meson Production in the Meson Cloud Model Scenario (F Carvalho et al.) The Relativistic Quasi-Particle Random Phase Approximation (C de Conti et al.) Quasi-Deuteron Pairing and Isospin Asymmetry (B F Haas et al.).

Volume 16 comprises a single comprehensive monograph: The Relativistic Nuclear Many-Body Problem by Brian D. Serot and John Dirk Walecka. Sections within the monograph explore important aspects of relativistic baryons, nuclear models, relativistic Hartree descriptions of nuclei, quantum hadrodynamics, the dynamical quantum vacuum, charged mesons, relativistic pion.

Nuclear matter is a convenient theoretical laboratory to test many-body theories. When neutron and proton densities are different, the isospin dependence of the nuclear force gives rise to the symmetry energy term in the equation of state.

This quantity is a crucial mechanism in the formation of the neutron skin in nuclei, as well as in other systems and phenomena involved in Cited by: 2.

Nuclear forces (also known as nuclear interactions or strong forces) are the forces that act between two or more bind protons and neutrons (“nucleons”) into atomic nuclei. The nuclear force is about 10 millions times stronger than the chemical binding that holds atoms together in molecules.

arXiv:nucl-th/v1 31 Jan (NN) potentials fit to experimental two-nucleon scattering data. Amongst the potentials used at various stages we mention the Paris potential [1], with its intermediate range still widely used are the one-boson-exchange forces, such as the various Bonn [2] and Nijmegen [3] potentials.

In its. The time evolution of vector-meson spectral-functions is studied within a kinetic theory approach. We implement this formalism in a BUU type transport model. Applications focus on ρ and ω mesons being important pieces for the interpretation of the di-electron invariant mass spectrum measured by the HADES collaboration for the reaction C + C at 2 AGeV bombarding energy.

When applied to the nucleon-pion trilinear interaction, we find a nucleon mass renormalization, a nucleon-pion scattering term, and a nucleon-nucleon scattering term present in the second-order dressed Hamiltonian.

Using the NN7C vertex function derived from the Cloudy Bag Model, the nucleon-nucleon coordinate space potential can be calculated. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. One of the major aims of the conference series has been to foster the ex­ change of ideas among physicists working in such diverse areas as nucleon-nucleon in­ teractions, nuclear physics, astronomy, atomic and molecular physics, quantum chem­.

Progress in understanding the nuclear equation of state at the quark level A.W. Thomasa; based upon nucleon-nucleon (NN) potentials fit to experimental two-nucleon scat- widely used are the one-boson-exchange forces, such as the various Bonn. S-fraction, Shafer approximants, Single-sign potentials, II: Singular potentials, S-matrix, partial wave,This is leading to a one-boson-exchange model of the two-nucleon potential.

In any case, the only later papers that were produced by my Rochester group on this subject were connected with the hyperon-nucleon interaction, where we tried to use SU(3) unitary symmetry to make predictions about the hyperon-nucleon interaction from our knowledge of.The University of Alberta/TRIUMF Workshop on "Studying Nuclei with Medium Energy Protons" was held at the Westridge Park Lodge in Devon, about 25 km from Edmonton.

The idea for this Workshop had been around for some time, when, in earlyit was formed into a concrete proposal as a result of the apparent need for an assessment of the future experimental .