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Nuclear Moment During Nuclear Scattering Using Wave Function of Nucleus

Abstract

Within the electromagnetic theory, in the present study, we investigate and calculate the magnetic dipole and electric quadrupole moments of J = 1 nuclei using nucleon moment operators and wave function of each nucleus. Then, we made each of the J = 1 nuclei interact with 178O to investigate the potential interaction effect on moment variations.

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Nickhah, L., Rajabi, A.A. Nuclear Moment During Nuclear Scattering Using Wave Function of Nucleus. Braz J Phys 51, 746–752 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s13538-021-00855-1

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Keywords

  • Magnetic dipole moment
  • Nuclear quadrupole moment
  • Double folding model
  • The pseudo-coulomb potential plus ring-shaped potential
  • The ring-shaped pseudo-harmonic potential
  • D-dimensional Schrodinger equation