## Neutron-nucleus collisions, a probe of nuclear structure: (Burr Oak State Park, Ohio, 1984) |

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of the attractive Coulomb potential. The

and follows roughly the underlying density distribution of here 't0Ca. The spin

orbit potentials have the same signs as those known from nucleon nucleus

scattering ...

of the attractive Coulomb potential. The

**imaginary potential**is very absorptiveand follows roughly the underlying density distribution of here 't0Ca. The spin

orbit potentials have the same signs as those known from nucleon nucleus

scattering ...

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NUCLEAR STRUCTURE APPROACH TO THE

Kernphyslk, KFA Jlilich, D-5170 Jiilich, West Germany and Victor A. Madsen

Oregon State ...

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE APPROACH TO THE

**IMAGINARY**OPTICAL**POTENTIAL**AND INELASTIC FORM FACTOR Franz Osterfeld Instltut fiirKernphyslk, KFA Jlilich, D-5170 Jiilich, West Germany and Victor A. Madsen

Oregon State ...

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Therefore one would expect that the

smaller than for neutrons. The opposite, however, Is the case. At larger radii near

the nuclear surface the proton propagator 1s typically larger than that of the ...

Therefore one would expect that the

**Imaginary potential**for protons would besmaller than for neutrons. The opposite, however, Is the case. At larger radii near

the nuclear surface the proton propagator 1s typically larger than that of the ...

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### Contents

The phenomenological neutron optical potential | 1 |

Implication of microscopic reaction analyses below | 14 |

Nuclear structure approach to the imaginary optical | 26 |

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