A Study the Nuclear Potential Using Quasi-Elastic Scattering Calculation for the 9,10,11Be+208Pb Reactions
Specific systematic studies on the nuclear potential parameter for the heavy-ion reactions, which includes the systems, have been achieved by using large-angle quasi-elastic scattering at deep sub-barrier energies close to the Coulomb barrier height. Single-channel (SC) and coupled-channel calculations have been carried out to elicit the nuclear potential. The chi-square method χ2 has been used to find the best value of the nuclear potential compared to the experimental data. The best values of the nuclear potential were found from the calculations of the coupled channels for an inert projectile and a vibrating target for systems: 9Be+208Pb,10Be+208Pb, 11Be+208Pb, which are equal to 45 MeV,65 MeV,53 MeV, respectively.
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