ANALYSIS OF NUCLEON TRANSFER DATA,
YALE UNIV NEW HAVEN CONN
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Angular distribution data on the reaction 14N14N,13N 16N were fitted using energy-independent real and energy-dependent imaginary spin-independent potential tails in the previously developed Mmu 0 approximation. The same type of potential gave an approximate fit to 14N elastic scattering by 14N at laboratory energy E 21.7 Mev. The calculated total cross section varies more rapidly than the observed cross section by a factor of about 10 from E 12.3 to 18.0 Mev, indicating the presence of a specific effect such as virtual Coulomb excitation enhancing low E transfer. Omission of acceleration effects, spin dependence, difference in 14N14N and 13N-15N interactions, and transfer anisotropy may contribute to the discrepancy.