The role of center-of mass (CM) effects in the one-body nuclear current in the description of electromagnetically induced two-nucleon knockout reactions is discussed in connection with the problem of the lack of orthogonality between initial bound states and final scattering states obtained by the use of an energy-dependent optical model potential. Results for the cross-sections of the exclusive O-16(e, e'pp)C-14 and O-16(gamma, pp)C-14 knockout reactions in different kinematics are presented and discussed. In super-parallel kinematics CM effects produce a strong enhancement of the O-16(e, e'pp)C-14(g.s.) cross-section which strongly reduces the destructive interference between the one-body and Delta-current and the sensitivity to the treatment of the Delta-current found in previous wor

Center-of-mass effects in electromagnetic two-proton knockout reactions

GIUSTI, CARLOTTA;PACATI, FRANCODAVIDE;BOFFI, SIGFRIDO
2007

Abstract

The role of center-of mass (CM) effects in the one-body nuclear current in the description of electromagnetically induced two-nucleon knockout reactions is discussed in connection with the problem of the lack of orthogonality between initial bound states and final scattering states obtained by the use of an energy-dependent optical model potential. Results for the cross-sections of the exclusive O-16(e, e'pp)C-14 and O-16(gamma, pp)C-14 knockout reactions in different kinematics are presented and discussed. In super-parallel kinematics CM effects produce a strong enhancement of the O-16(e, e'pp)C-14(g.s.) cross-section which strongly reduces the destructive interference between the one-body and Delta-current and the sensitivity to the treatment of the Delta-current found in previous wor
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