Dynamical correlations are introduced in finite nuclei by changing the two-body density through a phenomenological method. The role of tensor and short-range correlations in nuclear momentum distribution, electric form factor and two-body density of 4He is investigated. The importance of induced tensor correlations in the total photonuclear cross section is reinvestigated providing a successful test of the method proposed here.

Dynamical correlations in finite nuclei: A simple method to Study Tensor Effects

Orlandini, Giuseppina;Traini, Marco Claudio
1983

Abstract

Dynamical correlations are introduced in finite nuclei by changing the two-body density through a phenomenological method. The role of tensor and short-range correlations in nuclear momentum distribution, electric form factor and two-body density of 4He is investigated. The importance of induced tensor correlations in the total photonuclear cross section is reinvestigated providing a successful test of the method proposed here.
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F., Dellagiacoma; Orlandini, Giuseppina; Traini, Marco Claudio
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