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A pedestrian approach to the theory of transfer reactions: Application to weakly-bound and unbound exotic nuclei

AuthorsGómez-Camacho, Joaquín ; Moro, A. M.
Issue Date2014
CitationThe Euroschool on Exotic Beams IV: 39-66 (2014)
SeriesLecture Notes in Physics 879
AbstractThe present status of the theoretical description of transfer reactions is pedagogically presented. It is shown how transfer, from a complicated many-body problem, can be reduced to a three-body problem, introducing spectroscopic amplitudes. The quantum three-body scattering process is described increasing the complexity, starting from Distorted Wave Born Approximation, introducing implicitly break-up effects in Adiabatic Wave Approximation, introducing explicitly break-up effects in Continuum Discretized Coupled channels, and introducing rearrangement couplings in Coupled Reaction Channels. The two latter formalisms are expressed as approximations to the rigorous three-body Faddeev treatment. The application of these formalisms to transfer to weakly bound and unbound exotic nuclei is discussed.
Identifiersdoi: 10.1007/978-3-642-45141-6_2
isbn: 978-3-642-45140-9
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