Nuclear Masses from First Principles
it is made sure that the (necessarily approximate) procedure used in many body theory converges
the basic concept of using two body potentials always is kept in mind: knowing that in fact there is meson exchange instead of potentials and baryonic resonances in addition to mere nucleons, a complete agreement between such a simple description and nature cannot be expected. Yet it is of course interesting and important to know to what extent “pure many nucleon theory” is valid.
KeywordsNuclear Matter Body Problem Soft Core Schrodinger Equation Body Equation
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