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15.05.2013

 

NUSTAR Seminar

Dennis Weber, GSI, "Short-range correlations in light nuclei studied with realistic interactions", Theory Seminar Room, SB3 3.170a, 10:30 am


Scattering experiments in which a proton is knocked out with high-momentum transfer show that two nucleons can form strongly correlated pairs in nuclei. In this talk the nucleon-nucleon interaction inducing these correlations is discussed and unitary transformations to obtain effective interactions are introduced. Two-body densities obtained from ab-initio calculations with effective realistic interactions are used to investigate short-range correlations in light nuclei. These calculations show a dominance of correlated neutron-proton pairs over proton-proton pairs, which is in agreement with experimental observations.


  

  

 
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