New Facet of Three Nucleon Force - 50 Years of Fujita Miyazawa Three Nucleon Force (FM50): Proceedings of the International Symposium
Hideyuki Sakai, Kimiko Sekiguchi, B.F. Gibson
American Inst. of Physics, May 20, 2008 - Science - 321 pages
This symposium focused on three-nucleon force problems in nuclei. This is because the year 2007 corresponds to the 50 year anniversary of the three-nucleon force model based on the two-pion-exchange mechanism proposed by Fujita Miyazawa. Achievements of three-nucleon force studies, both in theory and in experiment, during this half century are presented and future perspectives for three-nucleon force studies pointing towards a new era are explored.
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ThreeNucleon Force Effects in 3N Hadronic and Photonic Reactions
What Have We Learned about ThreeNucleon Systems
The FujitaMiyazawa Force in the Light of Effective Field Theory
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2008 American Institute 3N force 3NF effects A-E coupling amplitude angles angular ANN three-body force B. F. Gibson baryon beam binding energy breakup reaction CD Bonn chiral components configurations contribution Coulomb Coulomb force curves Deltuva density deuteron edited by H effective field theory elastic scattering equation exchange experimental data Facet of Three Faddeev calculations Few-Body Few-Body Systems FIGURE Fujita Fujita-Miyazawa Hamiltonian hypemuclei Institute of Physics interaction International Symposium isospin Japan Lett low-energy mass measured meson Miyazawa momentum neutron NN potential Nucl nuclear matter nuclei Nucleon Force FM50 nucleon-nucleon observables obtained parameters particle pd breakup pion polarization Prog proton quark RCNP relativistic reproduce repulsion RIKEN S-wave Sakai Sekiguchi shown in Fig spin structure symmetry tensor tensor analyzing powers tensor force term Three Nucleon Force Three Nucleon Force—50 three-body force two-body two-nucleon University of Tokyo values vector analyzing power wave function Witala