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Global relativistic folding optical potential and the relativistic Green's function model

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Ivanov, M. V. and Vignote, J. R. and Álvarez Rodríguez, R. and Meucci, A. and Giusti, C. and Udías Moinelo, José Manuel (2016) Global relativistic folding optical potential and the relativistic Green's function model. Physical review C, 94 (1). ISSN 2469-9985

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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.94.014608


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Optical potentials provide critical input for calculations on a wide variety of nuclear reactions, in particular, for neutrino-nucleus reactions, which are of great interest in the light of the new neutrino oscillation experiments. We present the global relativistic folding optical potential (GRFOP) fits to elastic proton scattering data from C-12 nucleus at energies between 20 and 1040 MeV. We estimate observables, such as the differential cross section, the analyzing power, and the spin rotation parameter, in elastic proton scattering within the relativistic impulse approximation. The new GRFOP potential is employed within the relativistic Green's function model for inclusive quasielastic electron scattering and for (anti) neutrino-nucleus scattering at MiniBooNE kinematics.


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©2016 American Physical Society.
This work was partially supported by DGI (Spain) (Grant No. FPA2013-41267), by the Spanish Consolider-Ingenio 2000 program CPAN, and by the Bulgarian National Science Fund under Contracts No. DFNI-T02/19 and No. DFNI-E02/6. M.V.I. is grateful for the warm hospitality given by the UCM and for financial support during his stay there from the SiNuRSE action within the ENSAR European project.

Uncontrolled Keywords:Electron nucleus scattering; Proton elastic scattering; Lorentz covariant representation; Neutrino cross sections; Final state interaction; Nn interaction; Impulse approximation; Polarized protons; Field-theory; C-12.
Subjects:Sciences > Physics > Nuclear physics
ID Code:38943
Deposited On:14 Sep 2016 17:50
Last Modified:10 Dec 2018 14:57

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