S = −2 Nuclear Phenomena and ΞN Interaction

  • Y. Yamamoto
Part of the Few-Body Systems book series (FEWBODY, volume 9)


The ΞN G-matrix interaction is derived from the Nijmegen OBE model, and applied to the calculations of Ξ -nucleus bound states with use of the DDHF formalism. The obtained Ξ binding energies in 12C are consistent with the values indicated by the events of simultaneous emissions of two Λ hypernuclei observed in the KEK-E176 experiment. In spite of shallow binding of Ξ in light nuclei, our Ξ-nucleus potentials are shown to become deep with increase of mass number owing to the strong attraction in ΞN odd states.


Nucleus Potential Large Binding Energy Simultaneous Emission Strange Meson Nuclear Phenomenon 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Y. Yamamoto
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  1. 1.Physics SectionTsuru UniversityTsuru, Yamanashi 402Japan

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