Study of nuclear structure for carbon isotopes using local scale transformation technique in shell model


This work is devoted to study the properties of the ground states such as the root-mean square (rms) proton, charge, neutron and matter radii, nuclear density distributions and elastic electron scattering charge form factors for Carbon Isotopes (9C, 12C, 13C, 15C, 16C, 17C, 19C and 22C). The calculations are based on two approaches; the first is by applying the transformed harmonic-oscillator (THO) wavefunctions in local scale transformation (LST) to all nuclear subshells for only 9C, 12C, 13C and 22C. In the second approach, the 9C, 15C, 16C, 17C and 19C isotopes are studied by dividing the whole nuclear system into two parts; the first is the compact core part and the second is the halo part. The core and halo parts are studied using the radial wave functions of HO and THO radial wavefunctions, respectively. For 9C, 12C and 13C isotopes, the no-core shell model (NCSM) are studied using the Warburton-Brown interaction. Very good agreements are obtained for the calculated density distributions and form factors in comparison with experimental data.