Delta function potentials are used to explain short range elastic impurities and nature of the spectrum generated by the delta function potential embedded in a box and to construct model atomic systems interacting with the electromagnetic fields leading to multi photon absorption and ionization process. Similar study can be carried out in a nuclear system to analyze different properties of radioactive ions. The resonances generated when particle traverses across two delta potentials in one-dimension (ID) are studied. In this contribution, a novel feature is demonstrated that an absorptive delta potential suitably placed within a potential pocket can be used to selectively manipulate and suppress the resonances generated by the pocket
Ma Dharani, Shastry, C. S., Sahu, B., and Dr. Mahadevan S., “Selective suppression of Eigen states with an absorptive delta potential”, in Proceedings of the DAE-BRNS symposium on nuclear physics. V. 57, 2012.