The Elastic and Inelastic Electron-Nucleus Scattering Form Factors for Be9 Nucleus
Keywords:Beryllium Nucleus, Core Polarization Effect, Electron Scattering, Form Factor, Harmonic Oscillator
The computations of the elastic and inelastic Coulomb form factors for the electron-nucleus scattering of Beryllium nucleus Be9 have performed with Core Polarization (CP) effects including the realistic Michigan sum of Three Range Yukawa (M3Y) Interaction, and the other residual interaction which is Modified Surface Delta Interaction (MSDI). In addition to mean square root charge density and charge radii for the ground state. The perturbation theory was adopted to compute the Core Polarization by using the Harmonic Oscillators (HO) potential to calculate single-particle radial wave functions.
In the comparison between the theoretical calculations of Coulomb form factors by (MSDI) interaction, realistic (M3Y) interaction, and the experimental results that measured before, it noticed that the Coulomb form factors for the (M3Y) interaction gave a reasonable depiction of the measured data.
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