Semimicroscopic Dispersive Analysis of Nuclear-Nuclear Collisions on the Basis of Folding Potential

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A semimicroscopic analysis of a set of experimental data of elastic α + 12C scattering was performed at several laboratory energies. The Woods-Saxon parameters were adjusted to obtain the best χ2 fit to the scattering data. The energy systematics of the positions of Airy minima was constructed, and it was shown that their positions depend linearly on the inverse center of mass energy. The parameters of the model potential have been determined unambiguously. It has been shown that the energy dependence of the volume integrals satisfies the dispersion relation and agrees well with the results obtained within a phenomenological analysis. Also, it has been shown that the found positions of the Airy minima satisfy the rule of the quadratical dependence of the position of the Airy minima on the reduced mass of the colliding nuclei.

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Izadpanah, A. and Yousefi, M. (2014) Semimicroscopic Dispersive Analysis of Nuclear-Nuclear Collisions on the Basis of Folding Potential. Journal of Modern Physics, 5, 1109-1116. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2014.512113.

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