Analysis of Meson Exchange and Isobar Currents in (e,e'p) Reactions from O-16

Physics – Nuclear Physics – Nuclear Theory

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5 pages, plus 3 PS figures. To be published in Phys. Rev. C Updated figures

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10.1103/PhysRevC.60.014602

An analysis of the effects of meson exchange and isobar currents in exclusive (e,e'p) processes from O-16 under quasi-free kinematics is presented. A model that has probed its feasibility for inclusive quasi-elastic (e,e') processes is considered. Sensitivity to final state interactions between the outgoing proton and the residual nucleus is discussed by comparing the results obtained with phenomenological optical potentials and a continuum nuclear shell-model calculation. The contribution of the meson-exchange and isobar currents to the response functions is evaluated and compared to previous calculations, which differ notably from our results. These two-body contributions cannot solve the puzzle of the simultaneous description of the different responses experimentally separated. Copyright 1999 by The American Physical Society

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