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19 October 2021
 
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Charge Symmetry Violation Effects in Pion Scattering off the Deuteron
V. V. Baru ; A. E. Kudryavtsev ; V. E. Tarasov ; W. J. Briscoe ; K. S. Dhuga ; I. I. Strakovsky ;
Date 4 Oct 1999
Journal Phys.Rev. C62 (2000) 044003
Subject nucl-th
AffiliationITEP, Moscow, Russia), W. J. Briscoe, K. S. Dhuga, and I. I. Strakovsky (GW, Washington, DC
AbstractWe discuss the theoretical and experimental situations for charge symmetry violation (CSV) effects in the elastic scattering of pi+ and pi- on deuterium (D) and 3He/3H. Accurate comparison of data for both types of targets provides evidence for the presence of CSV effects. While there are indications of a CSV effect in deuterium, it is much more pronounced in the case of 3He/3H. We provide a description of the CSV effect on the deuteron in terms of single- and double- scattering amplitudes. The Delta-mass splitting is taken into account. Theoretical predictions are compared with existing experimental data for pi-d scattering; a future article will speak to the pi-three nucleon case.
Source arXiv, nucl-th/9910011
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