# The European Physical Journal A

The European Physical Journal A > 2019 > 55 > 5 > 1-15

^{242}Pu is required for innovative nuclear reactor studies, especially for MoX fuel reactors. However, the experimental data available show discrepancies in the energy regions of interest: the thermal point and the keV region. Previous experimental results of the thermal cross section deviate from each other by 20% and these discrepancies...

The European Physical Journal A > 2019 > 55 > 5 > 1-6

*Semimicroscopic Algebraic Cluster Model*(SACM) is applied to

^{16}O, assumed to consist of a system of four α -clusters. For the 4- α cluster system we take the model space already obtained in the past, which observes the

*Pauli Exclusion Principle*(PEP) and is symmetric under permutation of the 4 α -particles. A phenomenological Hamiltonian is used. The spectrum...

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^{n}LO analysis. The relationship between the nonlinear behavior and color dipole model is considered based on an effective exponent behavior at low

*x*values. We obtain the effective exponent...

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*p*-process. Partial cross sections and isomeric ratios were also determined for the

^{92}Mo case. Astrophysical S factors as well as reaction rates were derived from the experimental cross sections. Statistical model calculations were performed...

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_{1}2-nucleon interactions obtained from experimental phase-shifts by inverse scattering techniques. It has been shown that results of nuclear matter binding energy Brueckner calculations with these potentials agree closely with those using realistic Bonn interactions. It has also been shown that low-momentum...

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*N*limit the ground state in TDDM approaches the exact solution. Various truncation schemes for the three-body...

The European Physical Journal A > 2019 > 55 > 5 > 1-10

*SU*(3) model within the mean field approximation (MFA). The dependence of the vector meson masses on density and temperature, their variation with the asymmetry parameter, the form of the spectral function when the ...

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The European Physical Journal A > 2019 > 55 > 5 > 1-6

*B*-mesons have been observed by the D0, CDF, LHCb and CMS experiments. We use the predictions of the relativized quark model to make quark model spectroscopic assignments for these states. We identify the $B_{2}^{\ast} (5747)$ B 2 * ( 5747 ) and $B_{1} (5721)$ B 1 ( 5721 ) as the B 2 * [ 1 3 P 2 ] and ...

The European Physical Journal A > 2019 > 55 > 5 > 1-5

^{96}Zr shows a co-existence of low-lying level structures with different degrees of quadrupole collectivity. Experimental data are available, but a coherent description of the measured properties is yet missing. This paper analyses available data and critically compiles the information relevant for the interpretation of the...

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