Relativistic models developed for the exclusive and inclusive quasielastic (QE) electron scattering have been extended to charged-current (CC) and neutral-current (NC) neutrino-nucleus scattering. Different descriptions of final-state interactions (FSI) are compared. For the inclusive electron scattering the relativistic Green's function approach is compared with calculations based on the use ofrelativistic purely real mean field potentials in the final state. Both approaches lead to a redistribution of the strength but conserving the total flux. Results forthe differential cross section at different energies are presented. Scaling properties are also analyzed and discussed.

Relativistic Models for Electron and Neutrino-Nucleus Scattering

GIUSTI, CARLOTTA
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MEUCCI, ANDREA;PACATI, FRANCODAVIDE;
2009

Abstract

Relativistic models developed for the exclusive and inclusive quasielastic (QE) electron scattering have been extended to charged-current (CC) and neutral-current (NC) neutrino-nucleus scattering. Different descriptions of final-state interactions (FSI) are compared. For the inclusive electron scattering the relativistic Green's function approach is compared with calculations based on the use ofrelativistic purely real mean field potentials in the final state. Both approaches lead to a redistribution of the strength but conserving the total flux. Results forthe differential cross section at different energies are presented. Scaling properties are also analyzed and discussed.
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