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There are some theories, but I am looking for one that have proven using test data and can be placed in an excel table or a program with coefficients for some common reactions.
Do anybody knows a paper with tables or formulas?
I found this with a fortran code that is recent:
http://nucleartalent.github.io/Course2ManyBodyMethods/doc/pub/forces/pdf/forcesprint.pdf
I have the following plot from wikipedia but I do not understand so large 100MeV exists
Also following formula:
$$V_{\text{Reid}}(r)=10.463{\frac {e^{\mu r}}{\mu r}}1650.6{\frac {e^{4\mu r}}{\mu r}}+6484.2{\frac {e^{7\mu r}}{\mu r}}$$
Also the yukawa formula, that could work (with lower accuracy) if it would be possible to obtain the coefficients for some reactions:
$$V_{\text{Yukawa}}(r)=g^{2}{\frac {e^{\mu r}}{r}}$$
Do anybody knows a paper with tables or formulas?
I found this with a fortran code that is recent:
http://nucleartalent.github.io/Course2ManyBodyMethods/doc/pub/forces/pdf/forcesprint.pdf
I have the following plot from wikipedia but I do not understand so large 100MeV exists
Also following formula:
$$V_{\text{Reid}}(r)=10.463{\frac {e^{\mu r}}{\mu r}}1650.6{\frac {e^{4\mu r}}{\mu r}}+6484.2{\frac {e^{7\mu r}}{\mu r}}$$
Also the yukawa formula, that could work (with lower accuracy) if it would be possible to obtain the coefficients for some reactions:
$$V_{\text{Yukawa}}(r)=g^{2}{\frac {e^{\mu r}}{r}}$$
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