Oneparticle resonant levels in a deformed potential
(2005) In Physical Review C (Nuclear Physics) 72(2). Abstract
 (S)olving the Schrodinger equation in coordinate space with the appropriate asymptotic boundary conditions, neutron oneparticle resonant levels in Y20deformed WoodsSaxon potentials are studied. These resonance levels are the natural extension of oneparticle bound levels to the continuum and are defined in terms of eigenphase. For oneparticle bound levels with Omega(pi)not equal 1/2(+) the corresponding oneparticle resonant levels can be always found for small positive energies. For oneparticle bound levels with Omega(pi)=1/2(+) the corresponding oneparticle resonant levels are either absent or disappearing quickly as energy increases, when we use welldeformed potentials with a realistic size of diffuseness. The possible presence... (More)
 (S)olving the Schrodinger equation in coordinate space with the appropriate asymptotic boundary conditions, neutron oneparticle resonant levels in Y20deformed WoodsSaxon potentials are studied. These resonance levels are the natural extension of oneparticle bound levels to the continuum and are defined in terms of eigenphase. For oneparticle bound levels with Omega(pi)not equal 1/2(+) the corresponding oneparticle resonant levels can be always found for small positive energies. For oneparticle bound levels with Omega(pi)=1/2(+) the corresponding oneparticle resonant levels are either absent or disappearing quickly as energy increases, when we use welldeformed potentials with a realistic size of diffuseness. The possible presence of Omega(pi)=1/2(+) oneparticle resonant levels, in which epsilon=0 components in the wave functions play a crucial role, is further studied using a simplified model without spinorbit potential. (Less)
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 HamamotoKuroda, Ikuko ^{LU}
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 2005
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 Physical Review C (Nuclear Physics)
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 72
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 2
 article number
 024301
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 American Physical Society
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 05562813
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 10.1103/PhysRevC.72.024301
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