Microscopic Large Scale psd Shell Model with M3Y Residual Interaction to Calculate Electron Scattering Form Factors
The longitudinal and the transverse electron scattering form factors for 6Li, 9Be, 11B and 12C nuclei have been studied with and without core polarization effects using shell model calculations. The psdmwk is used as effective interaction for psd-shells. The core-polarization effects are calculated in the first-order perturbation theory including excitations up to 4ħω using the Michigan three-range Yakawa M3Y as a realistic interaction. The wave functions of radial single particle matrix elements have been calculated with harmonic oscillator potential. For all nuclei under studying, Comparison between experimental and theoretical calculations show that the form factors with core-polarization effect calculations give good consistency with experiment data. So we concluded that the large scale model space enhanced the results to become closed to the experimental data.
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Publication date: March 1, 2017
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