Scattering formalisms which incorporate antisymmetrization of the projectile with respect to identical particles in the target result in a nonsymmetric non-local interaction. Such an interaction constraints the relative wavefunctions to be orthogonal to redundant states forbidden by the Pauli principle. Concentrating on the nonsymmetric non-local kernel of Saito we try to visualize the mechanisms by which a potential can ensure the required orthogonality. We achieve this by replacing the Saito kernel by an effective symmetric non-local potential. The constructed symmetric potential is found to be phase-equivalent only but not off-shell equivalent to the original kernel. This difference in the off-shell behaviour is attributed to the dynamical origin simulating the redundant states. In close analogy with one of our recent works we also derive an energy-momentum dependent equivalent to the local potential. Our solution of the pseudo inverse problem is exact and provides a basis for writing the phase—and quasiphase—equations. We present numerical results in support of this.
Volume 94, 2020
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