• Nuclear matter test for a separable non-localN-N interaction

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      Non-local separable interaction; nuclear matter; binding energy; symmetry energy coefficient; Fermi momentum; single particle potential

    • Abstract


      A nuclear matter test has been conducted on a separable non-localN-N interaction proposed by Sirohi and Srivastava. The potential had been constructed by fitting the phase-shifts. The results obtained compare with those obtained by Tabakin in each partial wave. The binding energy per particle and the symmetry energy coefficient obtained are 19.4 MeV and 66.5 MeV respectively atkF=1.65 fm−1, while the best estimated values for these quantities are 16 MeV and 30–35 MeV atkF=1.5 fm−1. Single particle potential generated out of this NLSI has in general the same shape as the one obtained through Tabakin potential. Finally as a test of non-locality the integrated photoabsorption cross-section parameterh has been calculated and the value of 1.03 agrees with other reported values.

    • Author Affiliations


      M L Sharma1 Lal Singh1

      1. Department of Physics, KGK College, Moradabad - 244 001
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