By Professor G. S. Anagnostatos, Professor Dr. W. von Oertzen (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3642796966

ISBN-13: 9783642796968

ISBN-10: 3642796982

ISBN-13: 9783642796982

The topic of clusters - small aggregates of debris - is a subject of basic curiosity in either atomic and nuclear physics, and in addition in different fields comparable to the quark-structures of baryons and cosmology. The interaction among atomic and nuclear physics is a very attention-grabbing one simply because many options are universal to either fields (quantal results, shells, geometric constructions, collective modes, fission, etc.). those complaints include a wealth of papers illustrating the interdisciplinary position of cluster physics. a few of them are reprinted from Zeitschrift für Physik A and D.

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More recently, it has been realised that successive applications of the supersymmetric transformation and Marchenko inversion to the deeper potentials transform them to phase-equivalent shallower potentials without unphysical Pauli states. 6 (Sofianos, Panda and Hodgson [40)). The coherent density fluctuation model has been extensively used to obtain the momentum distribution of nucleons in nuclei, which is particularly important for the accurate calculation of nucleon knock-out reactions such as (P,2p) and (e, e'p) (Antonov, Hodgson and Petkov [41)).

As a practical matter, the Schrodinger equation is only easy to solve for such simple potential fields. For this reason one attempts to approximate the exchange interaction by a form that would make it fit into a potential field. In atomic physics, the following approximation was introduced by Slater: -s d 3 r' e2 f'" cf> J(r')cf>;(r')cf> Ir-r'l ~c (r)cf> i(r) j (r) (5) , where the coefficient c (r) is calculated assuming the occupied wavefunction can be represented by an infinite Fermi gas in the vicinity of the point r.

Serra 1 1 Dipartimento di Fisica, Universita di Milano, via Celoria 16, 1-20133 Milano, Italy 2INFN, Sezione di Milano, via Celoria 16, 1-20133 Milano, Italy 3 The Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, DK-2100 Copenhagen 0, Denmark 4 Institut fUr Theoretische Physik, Universitiit Hamburg, D-20355 Hamburg, Germany Received: 5 January 1994 Abstract. Mean field theory and linear response methods as used in the description of nuclei and clusters are reviewed. These methods are applied to the electromagnetic response of C60 .

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