Numerisch genaue Lösungen des nichtlokalen Schalenmodells
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The nonlocal Schrödinger-equation has been solved in the shell model case with a kernel-function, which is well known from optical model calculations. Now in the eigenvalue region the energies, as well as the wave-functions, of the exact and the approximate nonlocal calculations (E andE0) differ slightly on the average. The exact solutions show in general larger energy-level distances. Although these differences are small, fitting of experimental neutron binding-energies requires nevertheless a relatively big change of the set of physical parameters; the exact nonlocal calculations tend to larger potential depthV and smaller radius constantr0 than the approximate nonlocal ones. For the wave-functions (Φ andΦ0) it can be shown that an application of the Perey-effect leads to a wrong result in the shell model case. Here the difference function shows two inflection points, whereas there is only one in the optical model. The form of nuclear matter distribution thus becomes more potential-like. The eigenfunctions of the exact nonlocal calculation are orthogonal, whereas the local equivalent ones are not.
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