Weakly bound s(1/2) neutrons in the manybody pair correlation of neutron drip line nuclei
(2004) In Physical Review C (Nuclear Physics) 69(6). Abstract
 With a simplified model in the HartreeFockBogoliubov (HFB) approximation, the behavior of weakly bound s(1/2) neutrons in the manybody pair correlation is studied by solving the HFB equation in coordinate space with the correct asymptotic boundary conditions. It is shown that in oneneutron pickup reactions on the eveneven neutrondripline nuclei, which contain loosely bound s(1/2) neutrons, the strength of the s(1/2) neutron can appear both at a discrete state and in the lowenergy continuum spectra, with comparable strength. When there is no weakly bound discrete state, the continuum spectra may exhibit a sharp peak just above Ex=lambda, which originates from the resonantlike behavior of the upper component of the HFB radial wave... (More)
 With a simplified model in the HartreeFockBogoliubov (HFB) approximation, the behavior of weakly bound s(1/2) neutrons in the manybody pair correlation is studied by solving the HFB equation in coordinate space with the correct asymptotic boundary conditions. It is shown that in oneneutron pickup reactions on the eveneven neutrondripline nuclei, which contain loosely bound s(1/2) neutrons, the strength of the s(1/2) neutron can appear both at a discrete state and in the lowenergy continuum spectra, with comparable strength. When there is no weakly bound discrete state, the continuum spectra may exhibit a sharp peak just above Ex=lambda, which originates from the resonantlike behavior of the upper component of the HFB radial wave function, u(s1/2)(Eqp,r). This resonantlike behavior may be directly observed as an swave resonance close to Ex=/lambda in neutronscattering experiments on those nuclei. It is also shown that a very large rootmeansquare radius of loosely bound s(1/2) neutrons may appear also in the presence of manybody pair correlation, since the effective pair gap in weakly bound neutron orbits with low l values is much reduced. (Less)
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 HamamotoKuroda, Ikuko ^{LU} and Mottelson, BR
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 2004
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 Physical Review C (Nuclear Physics)
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 69
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 6
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 American Physical Society
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 05562813
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 10.1103/PhysRevC.69.064302
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