Few-Body Resonances in Light Nuclei

  • Attila Csótó
Conference paper
Part of the Few Body Systems book series (FEWBODY, volume 13)


We have localized several few-body resonances in light nuclei, using methods which can properly handle two- or three-body resonant states. Among other results, we predict the existence of a three-neutron resonance, small spin-orbit splittings between the low-lying states in 5He and 5Li, the nonexistence of the soft dipole resonance in 6He, new 1+ states in 8Li and 8B, and the presence of a nonlinear amplification phenomenon in the O+ 2state of 12C.


Resonance Parameter Light Nucleus Schrodinger Equation Virtual State Breakup Threshold 
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  • Attila Csótó
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  1. 1.Department of Atomic PhysicsEötvös UniversityBudapestHungary

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