For many-body systems with short range interaction a series of relations were derived connecting many properties of the system to the dynamics of a closely packed few-body subsystems. Some of these relations were experimentally verified in ultra cold atomic gases. Here we shall review the implications of these developments on our understanding of nuclear one and two-body momentum distributions, and on the electron scattering Coulomb sum rule.
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