Coulomb Effect on the Proton–Proton Low Energy Scattering Parameters Academic Article uri icon

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abstract

  • The effect of the Coulomb force on low energy proton–proton scattering is examined when the nuclear interaction is represented by a rank one separable potential of Tabakin's type. The scattering length which is obtained by switching off the Coulomb force is found to be −20.0 F. This value is appreciably different from those for local realistic potentials. This anomaly is similar to the one which was recently found by Sauer.

publication date

  • February 1, 1975