High-Energy Physics and Nuclear Structure: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on High Energy Physics and Nuclear Structure Sponsored by the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics, Held at Columbia University, New York City, September 8–12, 1969

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S. Devons
Springer US, 1970 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 859 pages
In preparing the program for this Conference, the third in the series, it soon became evident that it was not possible to in clude in a conference of reasonable duration all the topics that might be subsumed under the broad title, "High Energy Physics and Nuclear Structure. " From their initiation, in 1963, it has been as much the aim of these Conferences to provide some bridges between the steadily separating domains of particle and nuclear physics, as to explore thoroughly the borderline territory between the two - the sort of no-man's-land that lies unclaimed, or claimed by both sides. The past few years have witnessed the rapid development of many new routes connecting the two major areas of 'elementary par ticles' and 'nuclear structure', and these now spread over a great expanse of physics, logically perhaps including the whole of both subjects. (As recently as 1954, an International Conference on 'Nuclear and Meson Physics' did, in fact, embrace both fields!) Since it is not now possible to traverse, in one Conference, this whole network of connections, still less to explore the entire ter ritory it covers, the choice of topics has to be in some degree arbitrary. It is hoped that ours has served the purpose of fairly exemplifying many areas where physicists, normally separated by their diverse interests, can find interesting and important topics which bring them together.

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Contents

Dedication to Amos deShalit
xxxiv
Charged Particle Emission Following Pion Capture
xxxviii
Nuclear Structure with Electromagnetic Probes
1
016
16
Experimentalist Comments on Electron Scattering
18
Fine Structure in Nuclear Charge Distribution
33
Low Momentum Transfer Electron Scattering
40
Analogs of Giant Resonances from PhotoPion Production
48
Small Angle NucleonDeutron and NucleonNucleon
315
Effect of Correlations on HighEnergy Processes
321
Separable Approximation for ND Scattering
329
DeuteronDeuteron Elastic Scattering at
335
Rho Meson Photoproduction from Complex Nuclei
395
Photoproduction of Rho Mesons from Complex Nuclei
426
KLKs Regeneration at High Energies
440
A Model for Inelastic Effects in HighEnergy
446

Electron Scattering Experiments at the Mainz 300
56
Form Factors
63
Scattering
74
Electron Scattering from Light Deformed Oriented
80
Factors in
86
Muonic Atoms and Nuclear Structure
104
Contributed paper
119
Weak Interaction and Nuclear Structure
122
Remarks on Muon Capture in Complex Nuclei
136
NonRadiative Muon Transitions in Heavy Elements
144
Neutron Spectra and Asymmetries in Muon Capture
150
Neutron Energy Spectra from Negative Muon Absorption
157
98
167
Isotopic Effects of 4 Capture Rates in 151Eu153Eu
169
An Interpretation of Neutron Asymmetry
171
Magnetic Hyperfine Structure in Muonic Thallium
177
GammaGamma Correlation in Radiative Nuclear
185
Measurements of Excitation Probabilities
192
Isotopic Variations of the Nuclear Charge
200
Finite Distribution of Nuclear M1 and E2 Moments
203
Medium Energy Nucleon Interactions with Nuclei
265
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267
Spectra of the Lightest Nuclei Knocked Out from
278
Measurement of the Fast Deuteron Spectrum at 6
287
Elastic Scattering of 600 MeV Protons from
288
Measurements of p2p Reactions at 385 MeV
297
p2p Reactions at 600 MeV
305
Absorption of Positive Pions by Deuteron
452
Prompt Gamma Rays from 7 Bombardment of c12 near
458
Measurements of Kaonic XRay Spectra and the Capture
502
Nuclear Structure Information from Pion Absorption
533
Neutrons from Radiative Pion Absorption
538
The PrincetonPennsylvania 3 GeV Proton Accelerator
587
The Possibility of Using Storage Rings with Internal
606
Current Developments in the Study of Electromagnetic
615
New Approaches to Muonium
639
Recent Muonium Hyperfine Structure Measurements
677
FUNDAMENTAL SYMMETRY PROPERTIES
684
Experimental Investigations of P and TViolations
696
Recent Work on Parity Mixing in Nuclear States
713
First Results with a New Circular Polarization
722
Test of TimeReversal Invariance in Electromagnetic
739
Angular Momentum Nonconservation Scheme
751
The Circular Polarization of y Rays from Ta181
759
Experiments on Parity NonConservation in Nuclear
766
An Underground Experiment on Neutrinoless Double
774
Gauge Transformations and Generalised Multipole M
780
Possibilities of Using Nuclear Targets
801
Baryon Resonances in Nuclei
816
Soft and Real Pions in Nuclei
825
On a New Peripheral Model
832
Effective Nucleon Number in High Energy Reactions
848
Index
855
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