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Nuclear Photoeffect in Three-Particle Nuclei

  • A. T. Varfolomeev
  • A. N. Gorbunov
  • V. N. Fetisov
Conference paper
Part of the The Lebedev Physics Institute Series book series (LPIS, volume 71)

Abstract

One of the most important questions in the physics of the atomic nucleus is this: Is it possible to describe both the static and dynamic properties (nuclear reactions) of heavier systems in simple terms of a pair-type nucleon-nucleon interaction, such as that used to describe the ground state and scattering of an isolated pair of nucleons? If such an approach proves unsuccessful even for H3 and He3 nuclei, then we must refine our views on the nature of nuclear forces. In particular, we shall require a more detailed study of problems relating to the existence of many-particle forces. Published estimates of the part played by three-particle forces [1, 2] indicate that these have very little influence on the binding energy of tritium.

Keywords

Angular Distribution Integral Cross Section Effective Cross Section Mixed Symmetry Escape Angle 
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  • A. T. Varfolomeev
  • A. N. Gorbunov
  • V. N. Fetisov

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