Differential cross sections for (t, p) and (p, t) reactions have been calculated in finite-range distorted-wave Born approximation, with the Monte Carlo method used to evaluate the six-dimensional integrals. The use of the Monte Carlo method makes it possible to treat cases of non-zero angular momentum transfer. Angular distributions and relative cross sections are in good agreement with those given by the zero-range approximation. The cross sections of unnatural-parity transitions, as calculated by our one-step finite-range DWBA, are several orders of magnitude smaller than experimental data, suggesting the importance in these reactions of two-step processes.
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* Present address: Department of Theoretical Physics, Manchester University, Manchester England. t* Supported in part by the United States AEC under contract number AT(11-1)-1764. Work partly based on the Ph.D. thesis of D. H. Feng at the University of Minnesota.