UNUSUALLY STRONG ATTRACTION IN THE PRESENCE OF CONTINUUM BOUND-STATE

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1992-11-01

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American Physical Soc

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The result of few-particle ground-state calculation employing a two-particle nonlocal potential supporting a continuum bound state in addition to a negative-energy bound state has occasionally revealed unusually strong attraction in producing a very strongly bound ground state. In the presence of the continuum bound state the difference of phase shift between zero and infinite energies has an extra jump of pi as in the presence of an additional bound state. The wave function of the continuum bound state is identical with that of a strongly bound negative-energy state, which leads us to postulate a pseudo bound state in the two-particle system in order to explain the unexpected attraction. The role of the Pauli forbidden states is expected to be similar to these pseudo states.

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Physical Review C. College Pk: American Physical Soc, v. 46, n. 5, p. 1612-1616, 1992.