Higher partial wave energy dependent and independent two-nucleon interactions via supersymmetry formalism
Within the formalism of supersymmetric quantum mechanics both energy-dependent and independent two-nucleon potentials for the D-wave are constructed from their respective ground state interactions. These potentials in turn are used to compute nucleon-nucleon scattering phase shifts to judge their merits. Energy-dependent potential is found to be more effective than its energy independent counterpart except in the very low energy range.
Energy-dependent and independent interactions; Supersymmetric quantum mechanics; Phase function method; n-p scattering phase shifts
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