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22 January 2022
 
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Charge-Symmetry Violation in Pion Scattering from Three-Body Nuclei
A. E. Kudryavtsev ; V. E. Tarasov ; B. L. Berman ; W. J. Briscoe ; K. S. Dhuga ; I. I. Strakovsky ;
Date 26 Sep 2001
Journal Phys.Rev. C66 (2002) 054007
Subject nucl-th
AffiliationITEP, Moscow, Russia), B. L. Berman, W. J. Briscoe, K. S. Dhuga, and I. I. Strakovsky (GW, Washington, DC
AbstractWe discuss the experimental and theoretical status of charge-symmetry violation (CSV) in the elastic scattering of pi+ and pi- on 3H and 3He. Analysis of the experimental data for the ratios r1, r2, and R at Tpi = 142, 180, 220, and 256 MeV provides evidence for the presence of CSV. We describe pion scattering from the three-nucleon system in terms of single- and double-scattering amplitudes. External and internal Coulomb interactions as well as the Delta-mass splitting are taken into account as sources of CSV. Reasonable agreement between our theoretical calculations and the experimental data is obtained for Tpi = 180, 220, and 256 MeV. For these energies, it is found that the Delta-mass splitting and the internal Coulomb interaction are the most important contributions for CSV in the three-nucleon system. The CSV effects are rather sensitive to the choice of pion-nuclear scattering mechanisms, but at the same time, our theoretical predictions are much less sensitive to the choice of the nuclear wave function. It is found, however, that data for r2 and R at Tpi = 142 MeV do not agree with the predictions of our model, which may indicate that there are additional mechanisms for CSV which are important only at lower energies.
Source arXiv, nucl-th/0109074
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