Direction of polarization produced by quasi-elastic scattering of 315-Mev protons
University of California Radiation Laboratory, 1957 - Science - 15 pages
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315-Mev PROTONS Hugh 5-minute run 765 psi absolute acceptable range corresponded assumed initial polarization beam in helium beam was integrated Bradner and William Brinkworth California January 30 Computed polarizations copper absorber correction for background Coulomb dependence curves cyclotron diameter DIRECTION OF POLARIZATION double-scattering experiments evacuated extrapolated graphically field of view helium to 765 iron plate Isbell Radiation Laboratory left scatters Marshalls maximum-likelihood noting tracks nuclear emulsions p-wave shifts phase shifts POLARIZATION PRODUCED polarization vector polarized beam predictions of spin-orbit PREMAGNET COLLIMATOR PRODUCED BY QUASI-ELASTIC proton-helium elastic scattering proton-helium scattering PROTONS Hugh Bradner protons in helium psi absolute pressure QUASI-ELASTIC SCATTERING scanned scatter in helium scattering chamber containing scattering data SCATTERING OF 315-Mev scattering of protons scatters and right Segre shifts for proton-helium shifts were extrapolated SPIN spin-orbit coupling theory synchrocyclotron University of California unpolarized unpolarized beam versus right scattering weighted sums William Isbell Radiation wrong corr