Alpha-gamma angular correlations in the reaction tin-120([alpha], [alpha][̓gamma]11̣8[subscript MeV])
Regis F. Leonard, William M. Stewart, Norton Baron, Lewis Research Center, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1969 - Science - 19 pages
Alpha-gamma angular correlation model for particle scattering from even tin isotope.
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16-channel router 42-MeV alpha particles A/B ratio adiabatic approximation adiabatic prediction Alpha center-of-mass scattering alpha particle scattering alpha scattering angle ALPHA-GAMMA ANGULAR CORRELATIONS angular momentum anisotropic component beam beam line center-of-mass scattering angle centimeters coincidence spectrum correlation data correlation pattern cyclotron detector differential cross section distorted-wave Born approximation Elastic and Inelastic experimental data Faraday cup FINITE GEOMETRY form factor four-parameter potential Gamma-ray symmetry angle help in removing inelastic cross sections inelastically scattered alpha kRQ sin 0/2 Leonard Lewis Research Center magnesium-24 mass region measured NASA TN nuclear optical potential nuclear potential nuclear reactions nuclei optical model ambiguities optical model parameters optical model potential optical model search parameter potential Phys plane-wave Born approximation random counts range of optical rapid rotation REACTION TIN-120 Regis F ROTATIONS IN SYMMETRY Satchler SCAT scattered alpha particle Scattering of 42-MeV scattering of alpha shown in figure six-parameter potential Stewart Strength of real tion transition amplitudes