A Two Potential Formula and its Application to Proton-Proton Scattering

Physics – Nuclear Physics – Nuclear Theory

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10 pages, 2 figures (updated version)

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10.1103/PhysRevC.80.024001

Within the framework of potential scattering theory we derive an analytical two-potential formula for the on-shell partial wave scattering amplitude. This formula embodies a large number of possible applications, including long range Coulomb forces as well as short distance singular potentials. As an example illustrating the use of the formula we analyze the determination of the strong proton-proton scattering s-wave phase shift from the experimentally determined Coulomb phase when the one pion exchange and two pion exchange chiral potentials are taken into account and analyze the relevant scales of the problem.

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