Investigation of the energy-averaged double transition density of isoscalar monopole excitations in medium-heavy mass spherical nuclei
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© 2016 Elsevier B.V. The particle–hole dispersive optical model, developed recently, is applied to study properties of high-energy isoscalar monopole excitations in medium-heavy mass spherical nuclei. The energy-averaged strength functions of the isoscalar giant monopole resonance and its overtone in 208Pb are analyzed. In particular, we analyze the energy-averaged isoscalar monopole double transition density, the key quantity in the description of the hadron–nucleus inelastic scattering, and studied the validity of the factorization approximation using semi classical and microscopic one body transition densities, respectively, in calculating the cross sections for the excitation of isoscalar giant resonances by inelastic alpha scattering.
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Gorelik, M. L., Shlomo, S., Tulupov, B. A., & Urin, M. H.