A sum rule approach is presented to study in detail the role of dynamical correlations in electron scattering reactions. Both the induced nucleon-nucleon repulsive short range and tensor correlations are taken into account in the explicit calculations of energy-weighted and non-energy-weighted sum rules in 16O and 12C. The former are largely affected by tensor correlations in a wide region of momentum transfer, while the latter are mostly model independent. The theoretical results for the longitudinal and transverse integrated response functions of 12C are compared with available experimental data.

Dynamical correlations in inelastic electron scattering Sum Rules

Ferrari, Ruggero;Orlandini, Giuseppina;Traini, Marco Claudio
1984

Abstract

A sum rule approach is presented to study in detail the role of dynamical correlations in electron scattering reactions. Both the induced nucleon-nucleon repulsive short range and tensor correlations are taken into account in the explicit calculations of energy-weighted and non-energy-weighted sum rules in 16O and 12C. The former are largely affected by tensor correlations in a wide region of momentum transfer, while the latter are mostly model independent. The theoretical results for the longitudinal and transverse integrated response functions of 12C are compared with available experimental data.
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F., Dellagiacoma; Ferrari, Ruggero; Orlandini, Giuseppina; Traini, Marco Claudio
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