The Role of a Repulsive Core in the Investigation of Clusters in Light Nuclei
What are clusters? Clusters are spatially correlated nucleons. What kind of forces act between clusters, and between clusters and nuclei? Japanese theoreticians showed , that there are four typical “di-molecules” in nature (molecules consisting of atoms, nuclei, nuclei plus hyperon, nucleons) with the same kind of potential. We consider the typical potential of the interaction between 4He atoms (Fig.1).
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