A comprehensive survey of 21 () reactions for a wide range of -shell nuclei is made using zero-range distorted-wave Born-approximation codes and previously calculated two-particle fractional parentage coefficients. Average optical parameters are used for the proton and triton potentials in an attempt to relate magnitudes of transitions in different nuclei. A reasonable fit is obtained to the experimental data, but there remain discrepancies in strong transitions for target nuclei with . An effect of () admixture which acts differently in and transfer is proposed as a likely explanation of this difficulty.
- Received 5 November 1970
- Published in the issue dated February 1971
© 1971 The American Physical Society