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

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To be consistent the projectile target-nucleon interaction was also chosen as V ,

which is a very good approxima- TT Tp

the central part when 29 compared to realistic t-matrices • The 160 MeV (p ...

To be consistent the projectile target-nucleon interaction was also chosen as V ,

which is a very good approxima- TT Tp

**tion**for the tensor part and reasonable forthe central part when 29 compared to realistic t-matrices • The 160 MeV (p ...

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... is not very useful for predicting the shape of the background spectrum. We can

be encouraged by the experience at 26 MeV. The "pinhole-camera" approach to

colllma-

...

... is not very useful for predicting the shape of the background spectrum. We can

be encouraged by the experience at 26 MeV. The "pinhole-camera" approach to

colllma-

**tion**at the beam swinger facility lends itself well to upscaling and seems...

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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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