Using MSDI and M3Y Core Polarization for the Coulomb Electron Scattering for some Ground state nuclei
Hawar Muhamad Dlshad1 , Aziz Hama Raheem Fatah1

1 Physics department, College of science, University of Sulaimani, Kurdistan Region, Iraq.

Original: 20 May 2019, Revised: 10 July 2019, Accepted: 22 July 2019, Published online: 5 September 2019


Abstract
The analysis of Coulomb electron scattering for the ground state-nuclei Li6 , C12 , O18 , F19 and Ne 20 are performed with core polarization effects for the Modified Surface Delta Interaction (MSDI) and realistic Michigan three-range Yukawa (M3Y) interaction. The basic calculations included the Coulomb form factor, charge density, and the charge radii of the ground states. The Coulomb form factors for the M3Y interaction gave the best fit with the experimental data.

Key Words: Electron scattering, Coulomb form factor, Core polarization, Ground state




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