Technical Report INVESTIGATION OF DISCRETE AND CONTINUOUS SPECRUM STATES IN TWO-CLUSTER SYSTEMS

V.S, Vasilevsky  ,  K, Kato  ,  V, Kurmangaliyeva  ,  A.D, Duisenbay  ,  N, Kalzhigitov  ,  N, Takibayev

pp.1 - 60 , 2017-10-11
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A two-cluster microscopic model is used to study the main features of bound and resonance states in the lightest p-shell nuclei. The model correctly treats the Pauli principle and makes use of the full set of oscillator functions to expand the wave function of a two-cluster system. Interaction between clusters is determined by the superposition of semi-realistic nucleon-nucleon potentials. We present the inter-cluster wave functions in oscillator, coordinate and momentum spaces. It helps us to reveal some interesting features of the two-cluster dynamics in bound and resonance states. Phase shifts and elastic scattering cross sections are investigated in detail. This monograph is dedicated to a deeper study of the nucleus properties and the interaction of nuclear clusters and is intended for the use of students of master and PhD courses.
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