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Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 94 All articles Published: 9 October 2020 Article ID 0144 Research Article
Exact analytical expression of the Fredholm determinant with outgoing wave boundary condition for motion in Hulthén-distorted non-local separable potential is constructed and expressed in the maximum reduced form. Using boundary conditions (regular and irregular), two approximate energy-dependent interactions corresponding to the parent non-local potential are also constructed. The phase shifts for the $\alpha–\alpha$ elastic scattering are computed by using (i) exact expression for the Fredholm determinant and (ii) energy-dependent local interactions by exploiting the phase function method. The merits of our constructed equivalent energy-dependent potentials are judged by comparing the $\alpha–\alpha$ elastic scattering phases with our exact calculation and standard data.
Volume 95 All articles Published: 11 June 2021 Article ID 0100 Research Article
By exploiting higher partial wave solutions for the Hulthén potential, constructed via the factorisation method, closed form analytical expressions of the Fredholm determinants for motion in Hulthén plus modified Graz separable potential are constructed to study on-shell scattering up to partial wave $\scr l$= 2. Phase shifts for different states of $\alpha-^3$H and $\alpha-^3$He are obtained by exploiting the expression of the Fredholm determinant. The results are found in reasonable agreement with the standard data (Spiger and Tombrello 1967).
Volume 95 All articles Published: 21 June 2021 Article ID 0103 Research Article
An equivalent energy-dependent local potential corresponding to Coulomb plus Graz separable potential is constructed through simple rearrangement of the Schrödinger equation. It is conjectured that local Coulomb-like potential is equally applicable for the traditional phase function method. The merit of our constructed potential is thus judged by studying nucleon–nucleon and alpha–nucleon systems through the phase function method. Good agreement in phase shift values with standard data is achieved.
Volume 95, 2021
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