Analysis of inelastic alpha particle scattering using direct interaction theory.
Swanson, Herbert Frank
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The theory of the direct interaction is discussed and its applicability to inelastic alpha particle scattering to low lying states is shown. Two results of this theory are developed; (1) the diffraction model of Blair and (2) the distorted wave Born approximation, where the phenomenological approximation to the optical wave function suggested by McCarthy and Pursey is used.
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