RETRACTED ARTICLE: Six-body bound system calculations in the case of effective -core structure
Physics Department, Shahrood University of Technology, P.O. Box 3619995161-316, Shahrood, Iran
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Accepted: 17 June 2016
Published online: 25 July 2016
The Yakubovsky formalism for the six-nucleon bound-state problem leads to five coupled equations in terms of five independent structures, which can be reduced to two coupled ones, for the case of effective 3-body model, namely -core, and two loosely bound neutrons. In order to calculate the binding energy of the six-nucleon bound system, the reduced coupled Yakubovsky equations are represented in momentum space for a separable nucleon-nucleon interaction. This is the first step toward the calculations of the six-nucleon bound-state problem in the Yakubovsky approach. Comparison of our numerical results for binding energies of six-nucleon and four-nucleon problems with respect to the regarded Yamaguchi separable potential confirms that the six-nucleon bound system, in the case of effective -core structure, is a halo structure.
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