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Abstract: Proton and neutron densities from Skyrme-Hartree-Fock SHF calculations areused to generate non-local g-folding proton-nucleus optical potentials. Theyare formed by folding the densities with realistic nucleon-nucleoninteractions. The potentials are then used to calculate differential crosssections and spin observables for proton scattering. Good agreement with datahas been found, supporting those found previously when using SHF chargedensities in analyses of electron scattering data. That agreement was improvedby use of shell model occupation numbers to constrain the HF iterations.That, in part, is also the case with analyses of proton scattering data. Theg-folding method is extended to exotic nuclei by including data forneutron-rich sd-shell nuclei from the inverse kinematics of scattering fromhydrogen.

Author: S. Karataglidis, K. R. Henninger, W. R. Richter, K. Amos


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