The Meson Theory of Nuclear Forces and Nuclear Matter Scientific Report of the Conference Held at the Physics Center at Bad Honnef, June 12th - 14th 1979 by Herausgegeben Von D. Schuette
  

The Meson Theory of Nuclear Forces and Nuclear Matter Scientific Report of the Conference Held at the Physics Center at Bad Honnef, June 12th - 14th 1979

Written by Herausgegeben Von D. Schuette
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The Meson Theory of Nuclear Forces and Nuclear Matter Scientific Report of the Conference Held at the Physics Center at Bad Honnef, June 12th - 14th 1979 by Herausgegeben Von D. Schuette

The simplest model of nuclear matter is a collection of point nucleons interacting through a two-body potential that accounts for scattering data and the properties of the deuteron. In order to use and to test this model we must be able, for a given two-body potential, to 'calculate the l 9 corresponding saturation curve of nucle~r matter. The Brueckner-Bethe metho- is one method of making this calculation. The available evidence suggests that, at present, the Brueckner-Bethe method can be used to locate the saturation point with an uncertainty of -1 2-3 MeV in energy and about 0.1 fm in~. This is not very high accuracy, but it is good enough to make a start on physically interesting calculations. In this paper I describe the Brueckner-Bethe method and illustrate it with numerical results. Some of the results are designed to test the accuracy of the method, some are comparisons with variational calculations, and a saturation curve for the full Reid potential is given.

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Format

Paperback
396 pages

Author

Herausgegeben Von D. Schuette
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www.springer.com/

Publication date

1st January 1980

ISBN

9781461599241


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