The electron scattering form factor of 10B, 32S and 48Ca nuclei
Longitudinal and transverse electron scattering form factors and transition probabilities have been calculated for different states in 10 B, 32 Sc and 48 Ca nuclei, where a microscopic theory is employed to include the effect of high configuration outside the model space, which is called the core-polarization (CP) effect. The Cohen–Kurath interaction for p-shell, the universal sd of Wildenthal interaction for sd-shell and the GXFP1 interaction for fp-shell are used with the Michigan three-range Yakawa (M3Y) effective NN interaction and modified surface delta interaction as a residual interaction for the CP calculations. The calculation is performed using the shell model codes CPM3Y and NuShell. The radial wave function for the single-particle matrix elements have been calculated with the Skyrme–Hartree Fock, harmonic oscillator potential and Wood Saxson potential to calculate the single-particle wave function. The inclusion of CP effects modifies the form factors markedly and describes the experimental data very well in the momentum transfer dependence.