How to Classify Three-Body Forces – And Why
For systems with only short-range forces and shallow two-body bound states, the typical strength of any three-body force in all partial waves, including external currents, is systematically estimated by renormalization-group arguments in the effective field theory of point-like interactions. The underlying principle and some consequences in particular in nuclear physics are discussed. Details and a better bibliography can be found in ref. .
KeywordsLoop Momentum Faddeev Equation Deuteron Wave Function High Partial Wave Trimer Binding Energy
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