## A study of nonlocal potentials and their role in nuclear saturation |

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### Contents

CHAPTER I | 5 |

MOMENTUMDEPENDENT AND NONLOCAL POTENTIALS | 8 |

CHAPTER II | 21 |

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### Common terms and phrases

40 Figure additional nodes angular momentum anomalous nodes approximation behavior binding energy Chapter chosen coordinate representation coordinate space correct energy density matrix dependence diagonal differential equation eigenfunctions eigenstates eigenvalue problem eigenvectors energy and density equivalent local potential factorable potential finite nuclei fixed binding energy Fourier transform graphs grid points Hamiltonian harmonic oscillator potential Hartree-Fock calculation Hartree-Fock potential kernel integral equation integro-differential Schroedinger equation iteration kinetic energy matrix elements matrix equation method momentum representation momentum space momentum-dependent and nonlocal momentum-dependent potential Nonlocal Gaussian potential nonlocal harmonic oscillator nonlocal potential nonlocal repulsive term nonlocal Schroedinger equation nonlocal Yukawa potential nonlocality function nuclear matter nuclear saturation nucleon obtained parameter set Perey potential energy potential strength potential with nonlocal PROGRAM SCHEIGEN radial range ratic saturate nuclear matter separable potential solutions Sturm-Liouville equation tential tion transformation to momentum trivially equivalent two-nucleon values of b/a wave functions Wronskian Yukawa functions zero