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Extended Skyrme interaction in the microscopic optical model of nucleon-nucleus scattering

V. V. Pilipenko and V. I. Kuprikov

Phys. Rev. C: Nucl. Phys., vol: 86, num: 6, 13 pages, published: 27 December 2012, 064613


   Atomic nucleus.
      Nuclear structure.
         Shell model.
            Properties of single-particle shell-model states in spherical nuclei.

   Atomic nucleus.
      Nuclear reactions.
         Nuclear reactions induced by nucleons (theory).
            Elastic nucleon scattering (classification by reaction types).
               Proton scattering (A>40).

   Atomic nucleus.
      Basic nuclear properties. Properties of particular nuclei.
         Properties of particular nuclei (theory).
            Z=79÷82.

   Atomic nucleus.
      Nuclear reactions.
         Nuclear reactions induced by nucleons (theory).
            Elastic nucleon scattering (classification by reaction types).
               Polarization phenomena.

   Atomic nucleus.
      Nuclear reactions.
         Nuclear reactions induced by nucleons (theory).
            Elastic nucleon scattering (classification by reaction types).
               Neutron scattering (A>40).

   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).
               Optical model for neutrons.

   Atomic nucleus.
      Nuclear reactions.
         General problems of nuclear reaction theory.
            Optical model.

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