Journal article
Correlation effects on the charge radii of exotic nuclei



Publication Details
Authors:
Tomaselli, M.; Kuhl, T.; Ursescu, D.; Fritzsche, S.
Publication year:
2006
Journal:
Hyperfine Interactions
Pages range:
243-253
Volume number:
171
Start page:
243
End page:
253
ISSN:
0304-3843

Abstract
The structures and distributions of light nuclei are investigated within a microscopic correlation model. Two particle correlations are responsible for the scattering of model particles either to low momentum- or to high momentum-states. The low momentum states form the model space while the high momentum states are used to calculate the G-matrix. The three and higher order particle correlations do not play a role in the latter calculation especially if the correlations induced by the scattering operator are of sufficient short range. They modify however, via the long tail of the nuclear potential, the Slater determinant of the (A) particles by generating excited Slater's determinants.


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