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Interference effect in the scattering amplitudes for nucleon-induced two-step direct process using the sudden approximation

Kawano T., Yoshida S.

Phys. Rev. C: Nucl. Phys., vol: 64, num: 2, 32(10), published: , US


   Atomic nucleus.
      Nuclear structure.
         Unstable nuclear states.
            

   Atomic nucleus.
      Nuclear reactions.
         Nuclear reactions induced by nucleons (theory).
            Elastic and inelastic nucleon scattering and (n, p), (p, n) reactions (classification by methods of description).
               Unified theories. Coupled channel method.

   Atomic nucleus.
      Nuclear reactions.
         Nuclear reactions induced by nucleons (theory).
            Elastic and inelastic nucleon scattering and (n, p), (p, n) reactions (classification by methods of description).
               Optical model for neutrons.

   Atomic nucleus.
      Nuclear reactions.
         Nuclear reactions induced by nucleons (theory).
            Elastic and inelastic nucleon scattering and (n, p), (p, n) reactions (classification by methods of description).
               Optical model for protons.

   Atomic nucleus.
      Nuclear reactions.
         Nuclear reactions induced by nucleons (theory).
            Elastic and inelastic nucleon scattering and (n, p), (p, n) reactions (classification by methods of description).
               Distorted wave Born approximation.

   Atomic nucleus.
      Nuclear reactions.
         Nuclear reactions induced by nucleons (theory).
            Elastic and inelastic nucleon scattering and (n, p), (p, n) reactions (classification by methods of description).
               Statistical theory.

   Atomic nucleus.
      Nuclear reactions.
         Nuclear reactions induced by nucleons (theory).
            Inelastic nucleon scattering and (n, p), (p, n) (classification by reaction types).
               Inelastic proton scattering (A>40).