Excitation of nuclei by nonrelativistic heavy ions
The scattering of nonrelativistic heavy ions is considered. Differential scattering cross sections are obtained on the basis of Feynman path integrals. The path integral with respect to the internal variables is calculated exactly along the trajectory of the relative motion in the semiclassical approximation. Equations of motion that take into account excitation of the nucleus are derived.
KeywordsRelative Motion Internal Variable Path Integral Scatter Cross Section Semiclassical Approximation
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