Relativistic one boson exchange model for the nucleon nucleon interaction

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Nucleon-nucleon data below 300-MeV laboratory energy are described by a manifestly covariant wave equation in which one of the intermediate nucleons is restricted to its mass shell. Antisymmetrization of the kernel yields an equation in which the two nucleons are treated in an {ital exactly} symmetric manner, and in which all amplitudes satisfy the Pauli principle {ital exactly}. The kernel is modeled by the sum of one boson exchanges, and four models, all of which fit the data very well ({chi}{sup 2}{congruent}3 per data point) are discussed. Two models require the exchange of {ital only} the {pi}, {sigma}, {rho}, and ... continued below

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Gross, Franz; Van Orden, Jay & Holinde, Karl October 1, 1991.

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Nucleon-nucleon data below 300-MeV laboratory energy are described by a manifestly covariant wave equation in which one of the intermediate nucleons is restricted to its mass shell. Antisymmetrization of the kernel yields an equation in which the two nucleons are treated in an {ital exactly} symmetric manner, and in which all amplitudes satisfy the Pauli principle {ital exactly}. The kernel is modeled by the sum of one boson exchanges, and four models, all of which fit the data very well ({chi}{sup 2}{congruent}3 per data point) are discussed. Two models require the exchange of {ital only} the {pi}, {sigma}, {rho}, and {omega}, but also require an admixture of {gamma}{sup 5} coupling for the pion, while two other models restrict the pion coupling to pure {gamma}{sup 5}{gamma}{sup {mu}}, but require the exchange of {ital six} mesons, including the {eta}, and a light scalar-isovector meson referred to as {sigma}{sub 1}. Deuteron wave functions resulting from these models are obtained. Th

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  • Journal Name: Physical Review C; Journal Volume: 45

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Gross, Franz; Van Orden, Jay & Holinde, Karl. Relativistic one boson exchange model for the nucleon nucleon interaction, article, October 1, 1991; [Newport News, Virginia]. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc927173/: accessed April 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.