Matter Density Distributions, Root-mean Square Radii and Elastic Electron Scattering Form Factors of Some Exotic Nuclei (17B, 11Li, 8He)

  • Shaimaa Ali Rahi Department of Physics, College of Science, University of Baghdad
  • Gaith Naima Flaiyh Department of Physics, College of Science, University of Baghdad
Keywords: Exotic nuclei, nucleon density distribution two-body correlation operator's functions

Abstract

The two-neutron halo-nuclei (17B, 11Li, 8He) was investigated using a two-body nucleon density distribution (2BNDD) with two frequency shell model (TFSM). The structure of valence two-neutron of 17B  nucleus in a pure (1d5/2) state and in a pure (1p1/2) state for  11L and 8He nuclei. For our tested nucleus, an efficient (2BNDD's) operator for point nucleon system folded with two-body correlation operator's functions was used to investigate nuclear matter density distributions, root-mean square (rms) radii, and elastic electron scattering form factors. In the nucleon-nucleon forces the correlation took account of the effect for the strong tensor force (TC's). The wave functions of single particle harmonic oscillator are used with two different oscillator size parameters βc and βv, where the former is for the core (inner) orbits and the latter is for the valence (halo) orbits. The measured matter density distributions of these nuclei clearly showed long tail results. To investigate elastic electron scattering form factors the plane wave born approximation (PWBA) with two body nucleon density distribution (2BNDD's) was use.

Published
2021-09-01
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Rahi S, Flaiyh G. Matter Density Distributions, Root-mean Square Radii and Elastic Electron Scattering Form Factors of Some Exotic Nuclei (17B, 11Li, 8He). IJP [Internet]. 1Sep.2021 [cited 19Sep.2021];19(50):60-9. Available from: https://ijp.uobaghdad.edu.iq/index.php/physics/article/view/675
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