Pion-Nucleus Physics:Future Directions and New Facilities at LAMPF: Los Alamos, NM 1987
R.J. Peterson, D.D. Strottman
American Inst. of Physics, 1988 - Science - 575 pages
Proceedings of the Los Alamos conference held in Aug. 1987. Topics: few-body questions, charge exchange reactions, heavier mesons, low-energy pion reactions, pion absorption, physics in the continuum, nuclear structure, deltas in nuclei. No index. Acidic paper. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
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FEwBODY QUESTIONS fH
Status of the mNN Few Body Stystem
CHARGE EXCHANGE REACTIONS
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amplitude angle angular approximation baryons calculations cavities channel configuration contribution correlations coupling decay delta density detector deuteron differential cross sections discussed double charge exchange drift chamber DWIA effects elastic scattering electron energy resolution experimental experiments Fermi form factor high energy hypernuclei inelastic interaction isospin isovector kinematics LAMPF Lett Los Alamos LOSALAMOS low energy mass matrix elements measured mechanism meson MeV/c momentum transfer neutrons Nucl nuclear physics nuclei nucleon nucleon-nucleon observed obtained optical potential pairs parameter particle peak phase space Phys PHYSICS DEPARTMENT pion absorption pion energy pion-nucleus pionic polarized predicted proton quadrupole quark quasielastic quasifree radiative capture reaction region resonance s-wave shell model shown in Fig spectra spectrometer spin superconducting target term theoretical theory transition TRIUMF two-nucleon University values wave function xxxx xxxx xxxxx