Few-Body Systems

(The TQCC of Few-Body Systems is 5. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Selected Science Opportunities for the EicC58
The Nikiforov–Uvarov-Functional Analysis (NUFA) Method: A New Approach for Solving Exponential-Type Potentials42
Strong QCD Insights from Excited Nucleon Structure Studies with CLAS and CLAS1235
Emergent Hadron Mass in Strong Dynamics31
Any$$\mathbf {\, }l$$-State Energy of the Spinless Salpeter Equation Under the Cornell Potential by the WKB Approximation Method: An Application to Mass Spectra of Mesons28
Modified Unequal Mixture Scalar Vector Hulthén–Yukawa Potentials Model as a Quark–Antiquark Interaction and Neutral Atoms via Relativistic Treatment Using the Improved Approximation of the Centrifugal27
A Theoretical Model of Deformed Klein–Gordon Equation with Generalized Modified Screened Coulomb Plus Inversely Quadratic Yukawa Potential in RNCQM Symmetries24
Nonlocal Thermodynamics Properties of Position-Dependent Mass Particle in Magnetic and Aharonov-Bohm Flux Fields23
Four-Quark States from Functional Methods21
The New AMBER Experiment at the CERN SPS21
Nuclear Forces for Precision Nuclear Physics: A Collection of Perspectives18
Dunkl–Klein–Gordon Equation in Three-Dimensions: The Klein–Gordon Oscillator and Coulomb Potential18
The Dunkl–Duffin–Kemmer–Petiau Oscillator18
Properties of the Positronium Negative Ion Embedded in Non-ideal Classical Plasmas17
Photo- and Electrocouplings of Nucleon Resonances17
Few-Body Systems Consisting of Mesons17
Nuclei with Up to $$\varvec{A=6}$$ Nucleons with Artificial Neural Network Wave Functions15
Few-Body Bound States and Resonances in Finite Volume15
Conformable Fractional of the Analytical Exact Iteration Method for Heavy Quarkonium Masses Spectra14
Mass Spectrum of Pseudo-Scalar Glueballs from a Bethe–Salpeter Approach with the Rainbow–Ladder Truncation14
The Relevance of Pion-Exchange Contributions Versus Contact Terms in the Chiral Effective Field Theory Description of Nucleon–Nucleon Scattering13
On Generalized Fractional Spin, Fractional Angular Momentum, Fractional Momentum Operators in Quantum Mechanics12
The Investigation of Approximate Solutions of Deformed Klein–Gordon and Schrödinger Equations Under Modified More General Exponential Screened Coulomb Potential Plus Yukawa Potential in NCQM Symmetrie12
Constraints on the $$\varLambda $$-Neutron Interaction from Charge Symmetry Breaking in the $$\mathbf {^4_\Lambda \mathrm{He}}$$ - $$\mathbf {^4_\Lambda \mathrm{H}}$$ Hypernuclei12
Approximate Arbitrary k State Solutions of Dirac Equation with Improved Inversely Quadratic Yukawa Potential within Improved Coulomb-like Tensor Interaction in Deformation Quantum Mechanics Symmetries11
Nuclear Effective Field Theories: Reverberations of the Early Days11
Ground and Excited State Mass Spectra and Properties of Heavy-Light Mesons11
Properties of Neutron Star Crust with Improved Nuclear Physics: Impact of Chiral EFT Interactions and Experimental Nuclear Masses10
Theory Introduction to Baryon Spectroscopy10
One Way to Verify the Molecular Picture of Exotic Hadrons: From $$\pmb {DK}$$ to $$\pmb {DDK/D{\bar{D}}^{(*)}K}$$10
Symmetries of the Nucleon–Nucleon S-Matrix and Effective Field Theory Expansions10
Femtoscopy of the Origin of the Nucleon Mass10
Relativistic Vector Bosons with Non-minimal Coupling in the Spinning Cosmic String Spacetime9
Thermodynamics Properties of a Quantum Particle Confined into Two Elastic Concentric Spheres9
Spectra and Decay Properties of $$\varLambda _b$$ and $$\varSigma _b$$ Baryons9
Effective Field Theory for Shallow P-Wave States9
Nuclear Structure at the Crossroads9
What Can Possibly Go Wrong?8
Near Threshold Structures and Hadronic Molecules8
Weinberg’s Proposal of 1990: A Very Personal View8
Motion Around Out-of-Plane Equilibrium Points in the Frame of Restricted Six-Body Problem Under Radiation Pressure8
Relativistic Dynamics of Oppositely Charged Two Fermions Interacting with External Uniform Magnetic Field7
Systematic Nuclear Uncertainties in the Hypertriton System7
An Introductory Lecture on Generalised Parton Distributions7
Perturbative Treatment of Three-Nucleon Force Contact Terms in Three-Nucleon Faddeev Equations7
Classifying Near-Threshold Enhancement Using Deep Neural Network7
Study of the $$nn\Lambda $$ State and $$\Lambda n$$ Interaction at Jefferson Lab6
Can the Hyperfine Mass Splitting Formula in Heavy Quarkonia be Applied to the $$B_c$$ System?6
New Approximate Solutions to a Spatially-Dependent Mass Dirac Equation for Modified Hylleraas Plus Eckart Potential with Improved Yukawa Potential as a Tensor in the DQM Framework6
Solution of the Ultra Generalized Exponential–Hyperbolic Potential in Multi-dimensional Space6
Foldy–Wouthuysen Transformation of Noncommutative Dirac Equation in the Presence of Minimal Uncertainty in Momentum6
Three-$$\alpha $$ Configurations in the $$0^{+}$$ States of $$^{12}\mathrm {C}$$6
A Brief Account of Steven Weinberg’s Legacy in ab initio  Many-Body Theory5
Central Configurations of the 5-Body Problem with Four Infinitesimal Particles5
Bound and Scattering State Solutions of the Klein–Gordon Equation with Deng–Fan Potential in Higher Dimensions5
The Molecular Nature of Some Exotic Hadrons5
Envelope Theory for Systems with Different Particles5
A New Approach to Solve the Fractional Order Linear/Non-linear Two-Dimensional Partial Differential Equation Using Legendre Collocation Technique5
Study on Triple-Hadron Bound States with Gaussian Expansion Method5
Laser Spectroscopy Measurements of Metastable Pionic Helium Atoms at Paul Scherrer Institute5
The quark spectral functions and the Hadron Vacuum Polarization from application of DSEs in Minkowski space5
Dynamics of Positron Scattering from Lithium, Sodium and Potassium Atoms in Quantum Plasmas5
On a Quasi-Bound State in the $$\pmb {{ K^- d}}$$ System Caused by Strong Interactions5
On the Perturbed Restricted 2+2 Body Problem when the Primaries are Non-spherical5