The (p, d) reaction has been studied on 58Ni, 90Zr and 208Pb at 121 MeV in order to test the applicability of the usual DWBA methods to higher energy data. The calculations describe the angular distribution for the strongly excited low-lying states reasonably well when adiabatic-deuteron optical potentials are used. Some discrepancies in shape persist, however, and some values of the spectroscopic factors differ from lower energy data in spite of many variations in the calculations. By use of exact finite-range calculations a value of D02 = 1.23 × 104 MeV2 · fm3 was found for use at 121 MeV. Deuteron D-state contributions were negligible at forward angles and two-step contributions do not appear more significant than for data at lower energy.
- Nuclear reactions
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Nuclear and High Energy Physics