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Again it is necessary to decrease the imaginary depth: Figure 20 shows comparative calculations (Sch+ 76) made with W = 10,25 MeV. ) in Fig. 21. A pretty example of diffraction and L-dependence can be found in the Argonne measurements (Hen+ 74) in Fig. 22, for the reaction 48Ca(160, 14C) to the J = 0, 2, 4, 6 states of 50Ti. Both of the latter reactions are analyzed with calculations using weak imaginary potentials, at least in the nuclear surface. l c; "0 ...... m•(deg) 60 Fig. 21. ). S. D "- I.
M•(deg) 60 Fig. 21. ). S. D "- I. 01 ,, '/ :' " ;~ " Fig. 22. Angular distributions for 48Ca(160, HC) at 56 MeV populating 0+, 2+, 4+, 6+ states in 50Ti. The shift of the highest peak outwards in angle with increasing L is evident. 01 o· 50· 0 52 Sidney Kahana and A. J. Baltz b -/l. 0 :a tl ~ ~+~ t V ... 0 ~ t; :g. m. m. (deg) Fig. 23. s. (Lem + 74). Finally, data from the reactions 48Ca(160, 15N)49S C at 56 MeV and 64NW 6 0, 14C)66Zn at 56 MeV, obtained at the Niels Bohr Institute (Bal+ 74) and Saclay (Lem+ 74), respectively, are displayed in Fig.
One unattractive feature of the potentials, used, for example, in the (180, 160) reaction on the Ni isotopes, was a reduction in absorption throughout the nuclear volume. It is possible to achieve the desired diffractive patterns with an imaginary potential transparent in the surface but kept sufficiently deep at small ion-target separation to virtually eliminate direct reactions from the interior.