### Abstract

The broken-pair-approximation (BPA) method is applied successfully to the even nickel isotopes. The BPA wave functions are generated in the configuration space containing four (2p32, 1f52, 2p12, 1g92) valence single-particle orbitals, using the core-renormalized Tabakin interaction. These wave functions are used in the zero-range distorted-wave Born approximation for calculating spectroscopic amplitudes, form factors, angular distributions, and total cross sections for (p, t) and (t, p) reactions. The two-quasiparticle wave functions are also used in calculating these quantities for comparison. The theory gives in general a reasonably good account of the experimental data.

Original language | English |
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Pages (from-to) | 1454-1463 |

Number of pages | 10 |

Journal | Physical Review C |

Volume | 7 |

Issue number | 4 |

DOIs | |

Publication status | Published - 1973 |

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- Nuclear and High Energy Physics

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*Physical Review C*, vol. 7, no. 4, pp. 1454-1463. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.7.1454

**Analysis of (p, t) and (t, p) reaction data for nickel isotopes with structure wave functions of the broken-pair approximation.** / Gambhir, Y. K.; Rimini, A.; Weber, T.

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T1 - Analysis of (p, t) and (t, p) reaction data for nickel isotopes with structure wave functions of the broken-pair approximation

AU - Gambhir, Y. K.

AU - Rimini, A.

AU - Weber, T.

PY - 1973

Y1 - 1973

N2 - The broken-pair-approximation (BPA) method is applied successfully to the even nickel isotopes. The BPA wave functions are generated in the configuration space containing four (2p32, 1f52, 2p12, 1g92) valence single-particle orbitals, using the core-renormalized Tabakin interaction. These wave functions are used in the zero-range distorted-wave Born approximation for calculating spectroscopic amplitudes, form factors, angular distributions, and total cross sections for (p, t) and (t, p) reactions. The two-quasiparticle wave functions are also used in calculating these quantities for comparison. The theory gives in general a reasonably good account of the experimental data.

AB - The broken-pair-approximation (BPA) method is applied successfully to the even nickel isotopes. The BPA wave functions are generated in the configuration space containing four (2p32, 1f52, 2p12, 1g92) valence single-particle orbitals, using the core-renormalized Tabakin interaction. These wave functions are used in the zero-range distorted-wave Born approximation for calculating spectroscopic amplitudes, form factors, angular distributions, and total cross sections for (p, t) and (t, p) reactions. The two-quasiparticle wave functions are also used in calculating these quantities for comparison. The theory gives in general a reasonably good account of the experimental data.

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