Comprehensive Research of 10C Nucleus Using Different Theoretical Approaches
Keywords:nuclear potential, proximity potential, density distribution, cluster model, elastic scattering, optical model, double folding model
We perform an extensive theoretical analysis of 10C nucleus with the use of various theoretical approaches involving the different nuclear potentials and different density distributions, as well as a simple cluster approach. We try to explain new measured and challenging experimental data on the 10C + 58Ni system at 35.3 MeV. First, we investigate the effect of thirteen different potentials. Then, we examine ten different types of density distributions for 10C nucleus. Finally, we present a simple calculation method for various cluster states of 10C, compare all the theoretical results with the experimental data, and obtain their improved agreement.
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