A spin-isospin-dependent 3N scattering formalism in a 3D Faddeev scheme

Harzchi, M.; Bayegan, S.
November 2010
European Physical Journal A -- Hadrons & Nuclei;Nov2010, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p271
Academic Journal
We introduce a spin-isospin-dependent three-dimensional approach for the formulation of the three-nucleon scattering. The Faddeev equation is expressed in terms of vector Jacobi momenta and spin-isospin quantum numbers of each nucleon. Our formalism is based on connecting the transition amplitude T to momentum-helicity representations of the two-body t -matrix and the deuteron wave function. Finally, the expressions for nucleon-deuteron elastic scattering and full breakup process amplitudes are presented.


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