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|Statement||Gary Stephen Blanpied, New Mexico State University|
|Series||LA ; 7262-T|
|Contributions||Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, Associated Western Universities, Robert A. Welch Foundation, United States. Dept. of Energy, University of Texas at Austin. Dept. of Physics, New Mexico State University|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||131|
1. Phys Rev C Nucl Phys. Nov;38(5) Elastic and inelastic scattering of GeV protons from 20Ne and 22Ne. Blanpied GS, Ritchie BG, Barlett ML, Fergerson RW, Hoffmann GW, McGill JA, Wildenthal : Blanpied Gs, Ritchie Bg, Barlett Ml, Fergerson Rw, Hoffmann Gw, McGill Ja, Wildenthal Bh. Scattering of 0. 8 GeV protons from lead, carbon, and carbon [Angular distributions, J,. pi. For r = meters reaction of interest by a digital voltmeter (DVM), which reads to milivolt the voltage across . Volume , number 4 PHYSICS LETTERS 19 June ANALYSIS OF ELASTIC SCATTERING OF GeV POLARIZED PROTONS FROM Sn AND Sn G.W. HOFFMANN University of Texas, Austin, TX , USA and Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM , USA G.S. BLANPIED 1, W.R. COKER and R.P. LILJESTRAND University of Texas, Austin, TX , USA L. Cited by: Summary. Differential cross-sections and analyzing powers have been measured for a number of states in the 18 O(p, p’) 18 O reaction at MeV. The ground-state rotational band (0 +, MeV; 2 +, MeV; and 4 +, MeV) has heen analyzed via a coupled-channels calculation based on the Dirac equation; the results are compared with previous results based on the Schrödinger by: 1.
2.L Nuclear Physics A () ; North-Holland Publishing Co., Amsterdam Not to be reproduced by photoprint or microfilm without written permission from the publisher INELASTIC 1 GeV PROTON SCATTERING FROM CARBON AND OXYGEN J. L. FRIEDES, H. PALEVSKY, R. J. SUTTER and G. W. BENNETT Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, New York. G. J. IGO Los Cited by: Polarization in the elastic scattering of 1 GeV protons from carbon The dashed and the dotted lines are the results where of calculations with nucleon-nucleon parameters taken from refs. [7, 8]. The solid line is the result of fitting. the counting rates from the counters Dl and D2 and also D3 and D4, with the polarimeter target by: 8. The physics of 1-GeV proton scattering on nuclei is discussed in the light of recent calculations, and compared to the Gatchina, Los Alamos, and Saclay data. The impulse approximation (including spin-orbit effects and correlations) is reviewed, and comparison is made with other theories such as the Glauber model and the low-energy optical model Cited by: Absorption cross-sections of Carbon, Iron and Lead for high energy negative pions and protons have been measured with a multiplate expansion cloud chamber exposed to beams from the Brookhaven Cosmotron. The results are compared to an optical model computation assuming a nuclear potential distribution with the form of the charge density distribution indicated by electron scattering Cited by: 4.
II The polarized proton target with the working volume of 20 cm 3 has been designed and put into operation to investigate inelastic scattering pions on polarized protons. Protons are polarized with the method of dynamic polarization of nuclei. During the first trial runs, ethylene glycol with CrV complexes was used as target : M. I. Bludnishev, P. E. Budkovskiy, V. M. Dobrov, V. P. Kanavets, I. I. Levintov, I. P. Marevichev. The first angular distributions for elastic scattering of GeV protons from Â¹Â²C, Â¹Â³C, and Â²Â°â ¸Pb, obtained using the High Resolution Spectrometer (HRS) at the Clinton P. Other parameters in eqs. (Sa-e) have been contained within the limits imposed by experimental uncertainties in NN scattering measurements, including recent measurements of SQL and Volume , number 3 PHYSICS LETTERS S November GeV/c 0` I 1 1 I -t(GeV/c)z Fig. by: Abstract. As an aid in the study of the structure of 13 N, and to determine the suitability of 12 C as a proton polarization analyser above 11 MeV, we have measured angular distributions of analyzing power and differential cross section for the scattering of protons from carbon in the energy region from to 18 MeV. We have analyzed these data in terms of phase shifts and resonance by: