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Nuclear pairing in the T=0 channel reexamined

Abstract : Recent published data on the isoscalar gap in symmetric nuclear matter using the Paris force and the corresponding BHF single particle dispersion are corrected leading to an extremely high proton-neutron gap of $\Delta \sim 8$ MeV at $\rho \sim 0.5\rho_0$. Arguments whether this value can be reduced due to screening effects are discussed. A density dependent delta interaction with cut off is adjusted so as to approximately reproduce the nuclear matter values with the Paris force.
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E. Garrido, P. Sarriguren, F. Moya de Guerra, U. Lombardo, P. Schuck, et al.. Nuclear pairing in the T=0 channel reexamined. Physical Review C, American Physical Society, 2001, 63, pp.037304-1-4. ⟨in2p3-00019248⟩



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