Inelastic Electron Scattering Form Factors for 13C with Core-Polarization Effects
Inelastic electron scattering have been calculated for the longitudinal and transverse form factors for 13C nuclei. The zero-order calculations are based on the model space-wave functions of Cohen-Kurath (ck) interaction first and on the Millener (mp) interaction second in the frame work of shell model. The single-particle wave functions are those of Harmonic Oscillator (HO). Core-polarization effects are used in these calculations, where a core (4He) is assumed and the remaining particles are distributed over of 1p 1/2 and d1p 3/2 Orbits which form the model space. The effect of core-polarization is found very essential by using (ck) interaction more than (mp) interaction, the calculated results gives a good description of the data with adjustable parameters. The results have been calculated for the states: (Jπ = (1/2)–, T = 1/2)8.86 MeV, ((5/2)–, 1/2)5.77 MeV, ((3/2)–, 1/2)3.68 MeV, and ((3/2)–, 3/2)15.11 MeV.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: June 1, 2013
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