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Conclusive evidence of quasifission in heavy-ion induced reactions in neutron-deficient sub-lead nuclei exhibiting asymmetric fissionJul 15 2019Fission fragment mass distributions of 191Au, a nucleus in the newly identified island of mass asymmetric fission in the sub-lead region, have been measured down to excitation energy of ~ 20 MeV above the fission barrier via two different entrance channels, ... More

Double charge-exchange phonon statesJul 15 2019We study double charge-exchange phonon states in neutron-rich nuclei, in particular the double isobaric analog states and the double Gamow-Teller excitations, induced by the double isospin operator $\sum_{i,j=1}^At_-(i) t_-(j)$ and spin-isospin operator ... More

Baryon-baryon interactions at short distances -- constituent quark model meet lattice QCDJul 15 2019The interaction energies between two baryons at short distance in different flavor channels are calculated from the constituent quark model (CQM) and are compared with the recent lattice QCD (LQCD) results for baryon-baryon potentials at short distance. ... More

Power corrections in semi-inclusive deep inelastic scatterings at fixed target energiesJul 13 2019The COMPASS collaboration published precise data on production cross section of charged hadrons in lepton-hadron semi-inclusive deep inelastic scattering, showing almost an order of magnitude larger than next-to-leading order QCD calculations when $P_{h_T}$ ... More

Spin-parities of the $P_c(4440)$ and $P_c(4457)$ in the One-Boson-Exchange ModelJul 13 2019The LHCb collaboration has recently observed three pentaquark peaks, the $P_c(4312)$, $P_c(4440)$ and $P_c(4457)$. They are very close to a pair of heavy baryon-meson thresholds, with the $P_c(4312)$ located $8.9\,{\rm MeV}$ below the $\bar{D} \Sigma_c$ ... More

Finite volume effects on quarkonium dissociation temperature in an impenetrable QGP sphereJul 13 2019The system of a quarkonium confined by an impenetrable spherical cavity filled with a hot quantum chromodynamics (QCD) medium is studied by solving the Schr\"{o}dinger equation. This is the first time this issue has been raised for discussion. The Schr\"{o}dinger ... More

Matter And Gravitation In Collisions of heavy ions and neutron stars: equation of stateJul 12 2019The gravitational waves emitted from a binary neutron star merger, as predicted from general relativistic magneto-hydrodynamics calculations, are sensitive to the appearance of quark matter and the stiffness of the equation of state of QCD matter present ... More

Probing Transverse-Momentum Distributions With Groomed JetsJul 12 2019We present the transverse momentum spectrum of groomed jets in di-jet events for $e^+e^-$ collisions and semi-inclusive deep inelastic scattering (SIDIS). The jets are groomed using a soft-drop grooming algorithm which helps in mitigating effects of non-global ... More

Compact star properties from an extended linear sigma modelJul 12 2019The equation of state provided by effective models of strongly interacting matter should comply with the restrictions imposed by current astrophysical observations of compact stars. Using the equation of state given by the (axial-)vector meson extended ... More

Symmetric nuclear matter from the strong interactionJul 12 2019We study the equation of state of symmetric nuclear matter at zero temperature over a wide range of densities using two complementary theoretical approaches. At low densities up to twice nuclear saturation density, we compute the energy per particle based ... More

Deuteron wave function for Reid93 potential and polarization observables in elastic lepton-deuteron scatteringJul 12 2019Elastic lepton-deuteron scattering was considered within the limit of zero lepton mass. The deuteron wave function in the coordinate representation for the Reid93 potential was applied to numerical calculations. The angular-momentum dependence of values ... More

Origin of energy shift in kaonic atom and kaon-nucleus interactionJul 12 2019The $K^-$-nucleus optical potential is revisited to investigate its global feature phenomenologically. It is a puzzle that the energy shift is found to be repulsive in all of the observed kaonic atom, although the $K^-N$ interaction is known to be so ... More

Post-formation in alpha emission from nucleiJul 12 2019We propose a novel mechanism to explain nuclear decay by emission of an alpha particle. We show that the famous Geiger-Nuttall law can be explained by post-forming an alpha particle outside the range of the nuclear interaction with the daughter nucleus. ... More

Decoherence of collective motion in warm nucleiJul 12 2019Collective states in cold nuclei are represented by a wave function that assigns coherent phases to the participating nucleons. The degree of coherence decreases with excitation energy above the yrast line because of coupling to the increasingly dense ... More

Predictions of $Υ(4S) \to h_b(1P,2P) π^+π^-$ transitionsJul 12 2019In this work, we study the contributions of the intermediate bottomoniumlike $Z_b$ states and the bottom meson loops in the heavy quark spin flip transitions $\Upsilon(4S) \to h_b(1P,2P) \pi^+\pi^-$. Depending on the constructive or destructive interferences ... More

Variational approximations to exact solutions in shell-model valence spaces: calcium isotopes in the pf-shellJul 11 2019We study the performance of self-consistent mean-field and beyond-mean-field approximations in shell-model valence spaces. In particular, Hartree-Fock-Bogolyubov, particle-number variation after projection and projected generator coordinate methods are ... More

Experimental investigation of $α$-condensation in light nucleiJul 11 2019Method: To examine signatures of this alpha-condensation, a compound nucleus reaction using 160, 280, and 400 MeV 16O beams impinging on a carbon target was used to investigate the 12C(16O,7a) reaction. This permits a search for near-threshold states ... More

On the Cottingham formula and the electromagnetic contribution to the proton-neutron mass splittingJul 11 2019The excess mass of the neutron over the proton arises from two sources within the Standard Model, electromagnetism and the splitting of the down and up quark masses. The Cottingham Formula provides a means of determining the QED corrections from the forward ... More

Correlations between azimuthal anisotropy Fourier harmonics in PbPb collisions at $\sqrt{s_{_{\mathrm{NN}}}}=2.76$~TeV in the HYDJET++ and AMPT modelsJul 11 2019Correlations between azimuthal anisotropy Fourier harmonics $v_{n}$ ($n = 2, 3, 4$) are studied using the events from PbPb collisions at $\sqrt{s_{_{\mathrm{NN}}}}=2.76$~TeV generated by the HYDJET++ and AMPT models, and compared to the corresponding ... More

Scattering amplitudes and contour deformationsJul 11 2019We employ a scalar model to exemplify the use of contour deformations when solving Lorentz-invariant integral equations for scattering amplitudes. In particular, we calculate the onshell 2 -> 2 scattering amplitude for the scalar system. The integrals ... More

Particle Ratios within EPOS, UrQMD and Thermal Models at AGS, SPS and RHIC EnergiesJul 11 2019The particle ratios $k^+/\pi^+$, $\pi^-/K^-$, $\bar{p}/\pi^-$, $\Lambda/\pi^-$, $\Omega/\pi^-$, $p/\pi^+$, $\pi^-/\pi^+$, $K^-/K^+$, $\bar{p}/p$, $\bar{\Lambda}/\Lambda$, $\bar{\Sigma}/\Sigma$, $ \bar{\Omega}/\Omega$ measured at AGS, SPS and RHIC energies ... More

Five-flavor pentaquarks and other light- and heavy-flavor symmetry partners of the LHCb hidden-charm pentaquarkJul 11 2019The recent discovery of three pentaquark peaks --- the $P_c(4312)$, $P_c(4440)$ and $P_c(4457)$ --- by the LHCb collaboration has a series of interesting consequences for hadron spectroscopy. If these hidden-charm objects are indeed hadronic molecules, ... More

Electrical conductivity and Hall conductivity of hot and dense quark gluon plasma in a magnetic field: a quasi particle approachJul 11 2019We estimate here the electrical and Hall conductivity using a quasiparticle approach for quark matter. We use a Boltzmann kinetic approach in presence of external magnetic field. We confront the results of model calculations with Lattice QCD simulations ... More

One pion exchange and the quantum numbers of the Pc(4440) and Pc(4457) pentaquarksJul 11 2019The LHCb collaboration has recently discovered three pentaquark-like states --- the $P_c(4312)$, $P_c(4440)$ and $P_c(4457)$ --- close to the $\bar{D} \Sigma_c$ and the $\bar{D}^* \Sigma_c$ meson-baryon thresholds. The standard interpretation is that ... More

The angular momentum decomposition in the scalar diquark modelJul 11 2019Jul 15 2019One of the challenges of hadronic physics is to fully understand the structure of the proton. In particular, there is nowadays a great interest in the decomposition of its total angular momentum into orbital angular momentum and intrinsic spin, as well ... More

The angular momentum decomposition in the scalar diquark modelJul 11 2019One of the challenges of hadronic physics is to fully understand the structure of the proton. In particular, there is nowadays a great interest in the decomposition of its total angular momentum into orbital angular momentum and intrinsic spin, as well ... More

Charmed baryon$-$nucleon interactionJul 11 2019We present a comparative study of the charmed baryon$-$nucleon interaction based on different theoretical approaches. For this purpose, we make use of i) a constituent quark model tuned in the light-flavor baryon$-$baryon interaction and the hadron spectra, ... More

Non-parametric Bayesian approach to extrapolation problems in configuration interaction methodsJul 11 2019We propose a non-parametric extrapolation method based on Gaussian Processes for configuration interaction methods. Our method has many advantages: (i) applicability to small data sets such as results of ab initio methods, (ii) flexibility to impose various ... More

Phases of Hadron-Quark Matter in (Proto) Neutron StarsJul 10 2019In the first part of this paper, we investigate the possible existence of a structured hadron-quark mixed phase in the cores of neutron stars. This phase, referred to as the hadron-quark pasta phase, consists of spherical blob, rod, and slab rare phase ... More

Transformations of mass/charges fission fragments spectra with consideration the postfission emission of nuclear particles: 232ThJul 10 2019The possibilities of the proposed statistical approach are shown in the task of investigating the post-scission transformation of mass and charge yields of fission fragments with considering the emission of different length of chains of elementary particles ... More

Deciphering the $z_g$ distribution in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisionsJul 10 2019Within perturbative QCD, we develop a new picture for the parton shower generated by a jet propagating through a dense quark-gluon plasma. This picture combines in a simple, factorised, way multiple medium-induced parton branchings and standard vacuum-like ... More

Coulomb Energy Density Functionals for Nuclear Systems: Recent Studies of Coulomb Exchange and Correlation FunctionalsJul 10 2019The Coulomb exchange and correlation energy density functionals for electron systems are applied to nuclear systems. It is found that the exchange functionals in the generalized gradient approximation provide agreements with the exact-Fock energy with ... More

Effect of Octupole correlations on Fission of Light NucleiJul 10 2019Fission of $^{180}$Hg produces mass asymmetric fragments which are expected to be influenced by deformed shell-effects at N=56 in the heavy fragment and Z=34 in the light fragment [G. Scamps and C. Simenel, arXiv:1904.01275 (2019)]. To investigate both ... More

Masses of ground and isomeric states of $^{101}$In and configuration-dependent shell evolution in odd-$A$ indium isotopesJul 10 2019We report first precision mass measurements of the $1/2^-$ isomeric and $9/2^+$ ground states of $^{101}$In. The determined isomeric excitation energy continues a smooth trend of odd-$A$ indium isotopes up to the immediate vicinity of $N=50$ magic number. ... More

Microscopic studies of production cross sections in multinucleon transfer reaction $^{58}$Ni+$^{124}$SnJul 10 2019\item[Background] Multinucleon transfer reaction at low-energy collisions is considered to be a promising method for the production of new exotic nuclei, which are difficult to be produced by other methods. The theoretical studies are required to provide ... More

First, second, third and fourth flow harmonics of deuterons and protons in Au+Au reactions at 1.23 A GeVJul 10 2019We explore the directed, elliptic, triangular and quadrangular flow of deuterons in Au+Au reactions at a beam energy of 1.23 AGeV within the UrQMD approach. These investigations are of direct relevance for the HADES experiment at GSI that has recently ... More

Allowed $β$-decay spectrum with numerical electron wave functionsJul 10 2019Using numerical electron wave functions and state-of-the-art nuclear many-body methods, I evaluate the $\beta$-decay spectra for typical decay channels of spherical nuclei. I check errors brought by various approximations used for deriving the analytical ... More

Hyperon production in $Λ_c^+\to K^-pπ^+$ and $Λ_c^+\to K^0_Spπ^0 $Jul 10 2019We investigate $S=-1$ hyperon production from the $\Lambda_c^+\to K^-p\pi^+$ and $\Lambda_c^+\to K^0_Sp\pi^0$ decays within the effective Lagrangian approach. We consider the $\Sigma/\Lambda$ ground states, $\Lambda(1520)$, $\Lambda(1670)(J^p=1/2^-)$, ... More

Toward an effective theory of quarkonium production in nuclear matterJul 09 2019These proceedings are dedicated to Miklos Gyulassy's 70$^{\rm th}$ birthday. In his long and distinguished career he has made seminal contributions to many areas of heavy ion theory, including early papers on quarkonium phenomenology in fixed-target heavy ... More

Bulk viscosity of baryonic matter with trapped neutrinosJul 09 2019We study bulk viscosity arising from weak current Urca processes in dense baryonic matter at and beyond nuclear saturation density. We consider the temperature regime where neutrinos are trapped and therefore have non-zero chemical potential. We model ... More

Uncertainty quantification and falsification of Chiral Nuclear PotentialsJul 09 2019Are chiral theories at present describing experimental NN scattering data satisfactorily ?. Will the chiral approach offer a framework where fitting and selecting the existing np and pp data can be done without theoretical bias ?. While predictive power ... More

Effect of anomalous magnetic moment of quarks on the phase structure and mesonic properties in the NJL modelJul 09 2019Employing a field dependent three-momentum cut-off regularization technique, we study the phase structure and mesonic masses using the $2$-flavour Nambu-Jona Lasinio model at finite temperature and density in presence of arbitrary external magnetic field. ... More

Structure Factors of The Unitary Gas Under Supernova ConditionsJul 09 2019Jul 10 2019We compute with lattice field theory the vector and axial static structure factors of the unitary gas for arbitrary temperature above the superfluid transition and for fugacities 0.1 < z < 1.0. Using the lattice formulation, we calculate beyond the validity ... More

Structure Factors of The Unitary Gas Under Supernova ConditionsJul 09 2019We compute with lattice field theory the vector and axial static structure factors of the unitary gas for arbitrary temperature above the superfluid transition and for fugacities 0.1 < z < 1.0. Using the lattice formulation, we calculate beyond the validity ... More

Parton-Hadron-Quantum-Molecular Dynamics (PHQMD) -- A Novel Microscopic N-Body Transport Approach for Heavy-Ion Collisions, Dynamical Cluster Formation and Hypernuclei ProductionJul 08 2019We present the novel microscopic n-body dynamical transport approach PHQMD (Parton-Hadron-Quantum-Molecular-Dynamics) for the description of particle production and cluster formation in heavy-ion reactions at relativistic energies. The PHQMD extends the ... More

Scaling properties of direct photons from gluon saturation in heavy ion collisionsJul 08 2019A recent analysis from the PHENIX collaboration on direct photon production has shown a universal, within experimental uncertainties, $multiplicity$ scaling, in which photon $p_{T}$-spectra for transverse momenta up to 2 GeV/$c$ are scaled with charged ... More

Damping of density oscillations in neutrino-transparent nuclear matterJul 08 2019We calculate the bulk-viscous dissipation time for adiabatic density oscillations in nuclear matter at densities of 1-7 times nuclear saturation density and at temperatures ranging from 1 MeV, where corrections to previous low-temperature calculations ... More

Linearly polarized gluons at next-to-next-to leading order and the Higgs transverse momentum distributionJul 08 2019We calculate the small-b (or large-qT) matching of transverse momentum dependent (TMD) distribution for linearly polarized gluons to the integrated gluon distributions at the next-to-next-to-leading order (NNLO). This is the last missing part for the ... More

Effect of non-eikonal corrections on azimuthal asymmetries in the Color Glass CondensateJul 08 2019We analyse the azimuthal structure of two gluon correlations in the Color Glass Condensate including those effects that result from relaxing the shockwave approximation for the target. Working in the Glasma graph approach suitable for collisions between ... More

Scale and Scheme Independence and Position-Momentum Equivalence of Nuclear Short-Range CorrelationsJul 08 2019Ab-initio Quantum Monte Carlo (QMC) calculations of nuclei from deuterium to 40Ca, obtained using four different phenomenological and local chiral nuclear potentials, are analyzed using the Generalized Contact Formalism (GCF). We extract spin- and isospin-dependent ... More

Mapping collinear in-medium parton splittingsJul 08 2019We map the spectrum of $1\to 2$ parton splittings inside a medium characterized by a transport coefficient $\hat q$ onto the kinematical Lund plane, taking into account the finite formation time of the process. We discuss the distinct regimes arising ... More

Towards high-order calculations of three-nucleon scattering in chiral effective field theoryJul 08 2019We discuss the current status of chiral effective field theory in the three-nucleon sector and present selected results for nucleon-deuteron scattering observables based on semilocal momentum-space-regularized chiral two-nucleon potentials together with ... More

Charged pion condensation and duality in dense and hot chirally and isospin asymmetric quark matter in the framework of NJL$_2$ modelJul 08 2019In this paper we investigate in the large-$N_c$ limit ($N_c$ is the number of colored quarks) the phase structure of a massless (1+1)-dimensional quark model with four-quark interaction and in the presence of baryon ($\mu_B$), isospin ($\mu_I$) and chiral ... More

Theory of elastic neutrino-electron scatteringJul 08 2019Theoretical predictions for elastic neutrino-electron scattering have no hadronic or nuclear uncertainties at leading order making this process an important tool for normalizing neutrino flux. However, the process is subject to large radiative corrections ... More

System size scan of D meson $R_\text{AA}$ and $v_n$ using PbPb, XeXe, ArAr, and OO collisions at LHCJul 07 2019Experimental measurements indicate no suppression (e.g. $R_\text{pPb} \sim 1$) but a surprisingly large D meson $v_2$ was measured in pPb collisions. In order to understand these results we use Trento+v-USPhydro+DAB-MOD to make predictions and propose ... More

$Nπ$-excited state contamination in nucleon 3-point functions using ChPTJul 07 2019The $N\pi$-state contribution to nucleon 3-pt functions involving the pseudoscalar density $P(x)$ and the time component $A_4(x)$ of the axial vector current are computed to LO in ChPT. In case of the latter the $N\pi$ contribution is O($M_N$) enhanced ... More

Constraints from the GW170817 merger event on the nuclear matter equation of stateJul 07 2019The detection of the GW170817 neutron star merger event has incited an intense research activity towards the understanding of the nuclear matter equation of state. In this paper we compare in particular the pressure-density relation obtained from heavy-ion ... More

Cross sections for 2-to-3 meson-meson scatteringJul 07 2019We study 2-to-3 meson-meson scattering based on the process that a gluon is created from a constituent quark or antiquark and subsequently the gluon creates a quark-antiquark pair. The transition potential for the process is derived in QCD. Eight Feynman ... More

Effective Coupling Constant of PlasmonsJul 06 2019Jul 13 2019We study an ultrarelativistic QED plasma in thermal equilibrium. Plasmons - photon collective excitations - are postulated to correspond not to poles of the retarded photon propagator but to poles of the propagator multiplied by the fine structure constant. ... More

Effective Coupling Constant of PlasmonsJul 06 2019We study an ultrarelativistic QED plasma in thermal equilibrium. Plasmons - photon collective excitations - are postulated to correspond not to poles of the retarded photon propagator but to poles of the propagator multiplied by the fine structure constant. ... More

Hot neutron stars with microscopic equations of stateJul 06 2019We study the properties of hot beta-stable nuclear matter using equations of state derived within the Brueckner-Hartree-Fock approach at finite temperature including consistent three-body forces. Simple and accurate parametrizations of the finite-temperature ... More

Particle Projection for Reaction FragmentsJul 06 2019I describe a particle projection technique in parts of space, which eschews the need to evaluate Pfaffians in the case of overlap of generalized Slater determinants or Hartree-Fock-Bogoliubov type of vacua.

Phase transitions in neutron stars and their links to gravitational wavesJul 05 2019The recent direct observation of gravitational wave event $GW170817$ and its $GRB170817A$ signal has opened up a new window to study neutron stars and heralds a new era of Astronomy referred to as the Multimessenger Astronomy. Both gravitational and electromagnetic ... More

Hot quark matter and (proto-) neutron starsJul 05 2019In part one of this paper, we use a non-local extension of the 3-flavor Polyakov-Nambu-Jona-Lasinio model, which takes into account flavor-mixing, momentum dependent quark masses, and vector interactions among quarks, to investigate the possible existence ... More

Fluctuations of identified particles using $D$-measure at RHIC energiesJul 05 2019We study the fluctuations of net-charge, net-pion, net-kaon and net-proton using $D$-measure and $\nu_{dyn}$ variables in heavy-ion jet interaction generator (HIJING), ultra-relativistic quantum molecular dynamics (UrQMD), and hadron resonance gas (HRG) ... More

Spectral control over $γ$-ray echo using a nuclear frequency comb systemJul 05 2019Two kinds of spectral control over $\gamma$-ray echo using a nuclear frequency comb system are theoretically investigated. A nuclear frequency comb system is composed of multiple nuclear targets under magnetization (hyperfine splitting), mechanical motion ... More

Skewness of the elliptic flow distribution in $\sqrt{s_{_{\mathrm{NN}}}}$ = 5.02~TeV PbPb collisions from HYDJET++ modelJul 04 2019The elliptic flow ($v_{2}$) event-by-event fluctuations in PbPb collisions at 5.02~TeV are analyzed within the HYDJET++ model. Using the multi-particle, so called Q-cumulant method, $v_{2}\{2\}$, $v_{2}\{4\}$, $v_{2}\{6\}$ and $v_{2}\{8\}$ are calculated ... More

Neutron rich matter in heaven and on EarthJul 04 2019Despite a length-scale difference of 18 orders of magnitude, the internal structure of neutron stars and the spatial distribution of neutrons in atomic nuclei are profoundly connected.

Effective surface properties of light, heavy, and super-heavy nucleiJul 04 2019Starting from light to superheavy nuclei, we have calculated the effective surface properties such as the symmetry energy, neutron pressure, and symmetry energy curvature using the coherent density fluctuation model. The isotopic chains of O, Ca, Ni, ... More

Statistical method in quark combination modelJul 04 2019We present a new method of solving the probability distribution for baryons, antibaryons and mesons in the hadronization of constituent quark and antiquark system. The hadronization is governed by the quark combination rule in the quark combination model ... More

Hadron resonance gas with repulsive mean field interaction: Thermodynamics and transport propertiesJul 04 2019Jul 05 2019We discuss the interacting hadron resonance gas model to describe the thermodynamics of hadronic matter. While the attractive interaction between hadrons is taken care of by including all the resonances with zero width, the repulsive interactions are ... More

Hadron resonance gas with repulsive mean field interaction: Thermodynamics and transport propertiesJul 04 2019We discuss interacting hadron resonance gas model to describe the thermodynamics of hadronic matter. While the attractive interaction between hadrons is taken care of by including all the resonances with zero width, the repulsive interactions are included ... More

Low-Energy Magnetic RadiationJul 03 2019A pronounced spike at low energy in the strength function for magnetic radiation (LEMAR) is found by means of Shell Model calculations, which explains the experimentally observed enhancement of the dipole strength. LEMAR originates from statistical low-energy ... More

Modeling $^{19}$B as a $^{17}$B-n-n three-body system in the unitary limitJul 03 2019We present a model description of the bound $^{17}$B isotope in terms of a $^{17}$B-n-n three-body system where the two-body subsystems $^{17}$B-n and n-n are unbound (virtual) states close to the unitary limit. The $^{17}$B ground state is well described ... More

Introduction to Nuclear-Reaction TheoryJul 03 2019These notes summarise the lectures I gave during the summer school "International Scientific Meeting on Nuclear Physics" at La R\'abida in Spain in June 2018. They offer an introduction to nuclear-reaction theory, starting with the basics in quantum scattering ... More

Three regimes of QCDJul 03 2019While the QCD Lagrangian as the whole is only chirally symmetric, its electric part has larger chiral-spin SU(2)_{CS} and SU(2N_F) symmetries. This allows separation of the electric and magnetic interactions in a given reference frame. An artificial truncation ... More

Thermal behaviors of light scalar resonances at low temperaturesJul 03 2019We study the thermal properties of the lowest multiplet of the QCD light-flavor scalar resonances, including the $f_0(500)/\sigma$, $K_{0}^{*}(700)/\kappa$, $f_0(980)$ and $a_0(980)$, in the framework of unitarized $U(3)$ chiral perturbation theory. After ... More

Exact solutions of the relativistic Boltzmann equation in the relaxation time approximationJul 03 2019This Thesis concentrates on the analysis of coupled RTA (relaxation time approximation) kinetic equations for bosons and fermions. Bosons are treated as massless particles, while fermions have a finite mass. Using analytic and numerical methods we find ... More

Photo-absorption on deuteron contributed by d^*(2380) resonanceJul 03 2019In order to understand the possible physical nature of the newly observed resonance $d^*(2380)$, we calculate the real photo-absorption cross section on deuteron contributed by the resonance $d^*(2380)$ by considering the electromagnetic transition amplitude ... More

Prediction of stable superheavy nucleiJul 03 2019We have investigated most stable superheavy nuclei by studying the decay properties such as alpha decay, cluster decay and spontaneous fission. We have investigated nine stable nuclei in the island of stability which can be detected through fission are ... More

Deuteron-alpha scattering: separable vs nonseparable Faddeev approachJul 02 2019{\bf Background} Deuteron induced reactions are widely used to probe nuclear structure and astrophysical information. Those (d,p) reactions may be viewed as three-body reactions and described with Faddeev techniques. {\bf Purpose} Faddeev-AGS equations ... More

Three-pion contribution to hadronic vacuum polarizationJul 02 2019We address the contribution of the $3\pi$ channel to hadronic vacuum polarization (HVP) using a dispersive representation of the $e^+e^-\to 3\pi$ amplitude. This channel gives the second-largest individual contribution to the total HVP integral in the ... More

Pion and kaon parton distribution functions from basis light front quantization and QCD evolutionJul 02 2019We investigate the parton distribution functions (PDFs) of the pion and the kaon by combining QCD evolution with the basis light front quantization (BLFQ). The initial PDFs result from the light front wave functions obtained by diagonalizing the effective ... More

Experimental Investigation of Multiplicity Correlation Between Prompt Neutrons and Photons in the Spontaneous Fission of $^{252}$CfJul 02 2019Excited nuclear fragments are emitted during nuclear fission. The de-excitation of fission fragments takes place as sequential emission of neutrons followed by photons. Particle emission dissipates the intrinsic and rotational excitation energies of the ... More

Is the X(3872) a bound state ?Jul 02 2019All existing experimental evidence of the bound state nature of the $X(3872)$ relies on considering its decay products with a finite experimental spectral mass resolution which is typically $\Delta m \ge 2 $MeV and much larger than its alleged binding ... More

Differential and total cross sections of high energy proton-proton scattering in holographic QCDJul 02 2019The analysis on the high energy proton-proton scattering is presented, focusing on the Regge regime and considering the Pomeron exchange to describe the involved nonperturbative dynamics in the framework of holographic QCD. We combine the Reggeized spin-2 ... More

Gravitational waves from phase transition of NS to QSJul 02 2019In this article, we perform a 2-d simulation of combustion of neutron star (NS) to hybrid star (HS). We assume that a sudden density fluctuation at the center of the NS initiates a shock discontinuity near the center of the star. This shock discontinuity ... More

1+1 dimensional relativistic magnetohydrodynamics with longitudinal accelerationJul 02 2019Non-central heavy-ion collisions generate the strongest magnetic field of the order of $10^{18}-10^{19}$ Gauss due to the electric current produced by the positively charged spectators that travel at nearly the speed of light. Such transient electromagnetic ... More

$^{16}O(p,α)^{13}N$ makes explosive oxygen burning sensitive to the metallicity of the progenitors of type Ia supernovaeJul 02 2019Even though the main nucleosynthetic products of type Ia supernovae belong to the iron-group, intermediate-mass alpha-nuclei (silicon, sulfur, argon, and calcium) stand out in their spectra up to several weeks past maximum brightness. Recent measurements ... More

Lepton scattering from $^{40}$Ar and Ti in the quasielastic peak regionJul 02 2019Neutron and proton spectral functions of $^{40}$Ar, $^{40}$Ca, and $^{48}$Ti isotopes are computed using the ab initio self-consistent Green's function approach. The resulting radii and charge distributions are in good agreement with available experimental ... More

Electroweak pion-production on nuclei within the extended factorization schemeJul 01 2019We have applied the extended factorization scheme to investigate the electroweak pion production on nuclei. The ANL-Osaka model, which was obtained by analyzing the data of $\pi N$, $\gamma N$, $N(e,e'\pi)$ and $N(\nu,\mu\,\pi) $ reactions up to invariant ... More

Neutrino Non-Standard Interactions: A Status ReportJul 01 2019This report summarizes the present status of neutrino non-standard interactions (NSI). After a brief overview, several aspects of NSIs are discussed, including connection to neutrino mass models, model-building and phenomenology of large NSI with both ... More

PDFSense: Mapping the PDF sensitivity of future facilities (HL-LHC, LHeC, and EIC)Jul 01 2019Jul 12 2019Particle and nuclear physics are moving toward a new generation of experiments to stress-test the Standard Model (SM), search for novel degrees of freedom, and comprehensively map the internal structure of hadrons. Due to the complex nature of QCD and ... More

Collinear PDFs in the era of HL-LHC, LHeC, and EICJul 01 2019Particle and nuclear physics are moving toward a new generation of experiments to stress-test the Standard Model (SM), search for novel degrees of freedom, and comprehensively map the internal structure of hadrons. Due to the complex nature of QCD and ... More

Baryon as a Quantum Hall Droplet and the Cheshire Cat PrincipleJul 01 2019Jul 12 2019We show that the recent proposal to describe the $N_f=1$ baryon in the large number of color limit as a quantum Hall droplet, can be understood as a chiral bag in a 1+2 dimensional strip using the Cheshire cat principle. For a small bag radius, the bag ... More

PCN calculations for Z=111 to Z=118Jul 01 2019In previous publications, we presented evidence for the importance of spin in determining capture and evaporation residue cross sections in the synthesis of heavy nuclei. We extend the previous calculations which dealt with nuclei where ZCN is less than ... More

Fission modes in fermium isotopes with Brownian shape-motion modelJul 01 2019Fission-fragment mass and total-kinetic-energy distributions following fission of the fermium isotopes $^{256,258,260}\text{Fm}$ at low excitation energy have been calculated using the Brownian shape-motion model. A transition from asymmetric fission ... More

Fluid Dynamics Study of the $Λ$ Polarization for Au+Au Collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}=200$ GeVJul 01 2019With a Yang-Mills field, stratified shear flow initial state and a high resolution (3+1)D Particle-in-Cell Relativistic (PICR) hydrodynamic model, we calculate the $\Lambda$ polarization for peripheral Au+Au collisions at RHIC energy of $\sqrt{S_{NN}}=200$ ... More

Pseudo-spin symmetry restoration and the in-medium balance between nuclear attractive and repulsive interactionsJul 01 2019The mechanism that restores the pseudo-spin symmetry (PSS) are investigated under the relativistic Hartree-Fock (RHF) approach, by focusing on the in-medium balance between nuclear attractive and repulsive interactions. It is illustrated that the modelings ... More

Low Energy Magnetic Radiation (LEMAR ) of Warm NucleiJun 30 2019The enhancement observed below 2 MeV in the radiative strength function of nuclei near closed shells is explained by shell model calculations as M1 transitions between excited states. In the open-shell a change to a bimodal structure composed of the zero ... More