Indications for the Substantial Predominance of Short-Range Effects on Inelastic Coulomb Form Factors for Various States in the 26Mg Nucleus

Authors

  • Altaf A. Al-Rahmani Department of Physics, College of Science for Women, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0164-3994
  • Sanna N. Fadhil Department of Physics, College of Science for Women, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
  • Adel K. Hamoudi Department of Optics Techniques, Al-Farabi University College, Baghdad, Iraq

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24996/ijs.2024.65.3.16

Keywords:

Electron scattering, Elastic form factors, Inelastic form factors, Charge density, Short range correlation, sd-shell model, 26Mg nucleus

Abstract

     Short-range effects on C2, C3, as well as C4 form factors in the 26Mg nucleus, were examined. The charge density distribution in this nucleus was also tested by means of one and two body fragments of cluster enlargement in cooperation with single-particle wave functions of harmonic potential. The correlation of Jastrow form was employed to inset the influence of short-range into the two body fragment of cluster enlargement. The nucleus of 26Mg was assumed to own a 16O-core with (A-16) nucleons dispersed over the sd-model space. The form factors in 26Mg nucleus ascend from the core-polarization and model space involvements. The form of Tassie model, subject to the charge density, was used to determine the transition density of core polarization. The one body density matrix elements required for determining the transition density of model space for various transitions in 26Mg were found via carrying out shell model computations using the OXBASH program with the universal-sd interaction of Wildenthal. The present calculations were subjected to the oscillator and correlation parameters symbolized by  and  respectively. These parameters are self-sufficiently generated for every specific nucleus by fitting between the calculated and observed elastic form factors. For determining the charge density, elastic form factors and inelastic Coulomb form factors for dissimilar excited states in 26Mg, one value is needed for  and  This study shows indications for the substantial predominance of short-range influences on current computations, where considering these influences look to be requisite for carrying out a distinguished adjustment in calculated results which ultimately leads to a remarkable explication of the data throughout all the considered momentum transfers.

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2024-03-29

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Physics

How to Cite

Indications for the Substantial Predominance of Short-Range Effects on Inelastic Coulomb Form Factors for Various States in the 26Mg Nucleus. (2024). Iraqi Journal of Science, 65(3), 1357-1376. https://doi.org/10.24996/ijs.2024.65.3.16

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