A Study of Scattering Proton by Zirconium Between 50MeV and 65MeV

Anees. B. Blal, Malek.M. Alhamwi


The experimental data of the scattering proton has been analysis by using one of the methods for optical dispersion model which depending on the afferent between the real and imaginary parts and this led to a derivation decrease in determining the optical parameters from the experimental data. Also on the stripe expending of the real potential parameters from high energy to low energy to the close area of the Coulomb barrier which characterized the lack of information about the experimental data for each, using the program SPI-GINOA in order to determine the value of the volume integral for the real and imaginary parts (surface and volume) for the interaction (  ) in the of energy ( ). Which resulted in the perfect value of integrals for the real and imaginary parts (surface – volume) and has obtained by comparing them with experimental data in the references .The Value of the volume integral for the real part and integrals oh "Hartree – Fock" was pointed and then determined the value of real part of the potential Hartree – fock potential. In addition we also has been determined the imaginary potential  (two parts the surface and the volume) and studied on function of energy for all the specific pointed ingredients.The potential dispersion was determined (surface – volume) and studied their functional energy. Therefore, we determined the radius proton optical model and also we found its energy way match close to what reveal the correctness of method of dispersive optical model at one hand, and the accuracy in the determination of optical model parameters at other hand.

Keywords: SPI-GINOA, imaginary potential, functional energy

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