Calculation of electron scattering cross sections for Carbon-Twelve and Lithium-Six using phase shift analysis
Dennis, Samuel Johnson
Buskirk, F. R.
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A phase shift analysis is used to obtain scattering cross sections for incident electrons on Carbon-12 and Lithium-6. Results are given for incident electron energies of 10-100 Mev and for scattering angles of 45, 90 and 135 degrees. A Gaussian p-shell charge distribution is used for Carbon-12, and an empirical charge distribution developed by L. R. Suelzle is used for Lithium-6. A comparison is also made between the phase-shift results and results obtained by using the Born approximation.
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