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Spin observables in deuteron-proton radiative capture at intermediate energies
A.A. Mehmandoost-Khajeh-Dad ; H.R. Amir-Ahmadi ; J.C.S. Bacelar ; A.M. van~den~Berg ; R. Castelijns ; A. Deltuva ; E.D. van~Garderen ; W. Glöckle ; J. Golak ; N. Kalantar-Nayestanaki ; H. Kamada ; M. Kiv{s} ; R. Koohi-Fayegh-Dehkordi ; H. Löhner ; M. Mahjour-Shafiei ; H. Mardanpur ; J.G. Messchendorp ; A. Nogga ; P. Sauer ; S.V. Shende ; R. Skibinski ; H. Wital{a} ; H.J. Wörtche ;
Date 17 Dec 2004
Journal Phys.Lett. B617 (2005) 18-23
Subject nucl-ex
AbstractA radiative deuteron-proton capture experiment was carried out at KVI using polarized-deuteron beams at incident energies of 55, 66.5, and 90 MeV/nucleon. Vector and tensor-analyzing powers were obtained for a large angular range. The results are interpreted with the help of Faddeev calculations, which are based on modern two- and three-nucleon potentials. Our data are described well by the calculations, and disagree significantly with the observed tensor anomaly at RCNP.
Source arXiv, nucl-ex/0501012
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