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Written in English
|Statement||Michael Lynn Evans|
|Series||LA ; 7733-T|
|Contributions||Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, United States. Dept. of Energy, Texas A & M University. Dept. of Physics|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 163 p. :|
|Number of Pages||163|
A new measurement of the differential cross section for neutron-proton scattering was performed at a neutron energy of MeV. The neutrons were scattered from a polyethylene foil and the associated recoil protons were observed. Data were taken at 6 angles between ° and ° in the centre-of-mass system. Extensive Monte-Carlo simulations Cited by: Differential cross sections and analyzing powers for small angle neutron-proton elastic scattering between and MeV the nuclear part of the NN differential cross section is often parametrized6) for small (by: do- o,,,^(l+po+/3o)exp(^) (1) d(/1 where o-^ is the total nuclear cross section, po is the ratio of the real to Cited by: Differential elastic and inelastic scattering cross sections have been measured for neutrons incident on Pb and Pb at energies of , , and MeV and total cross sections in . To determine theδ(1 P 1) phase parameter, thenp cross section has been measured from 45 to 75 MeV, by 5 MeV steps, from 6° to 20° at forward angle, and from ° to ° at backward angle. A measurement of the neutron-proton differential cross section at extreme forward and backward angles between 45 and 75 MeV | SpringerLinkAuthor: Anne Bol, Pierre Leleux, Pierre Macq.
The free neutron-proton elastic differential cross section has been measured at neutron beam energies of and MeV.. The experiment determined the angular distribution over the range 15°° (CM) in two segments, having the same overall normalization. The 15°° range was measured by detecting scattered neutrons in a scintillator and HWPC array. Normalization . Request PDF | Elastic scattering and breakup of Be 11 on protons at A MeV | The elastic scattering and breakup of the halo nucleus Be11 on protons at an incident energy of A MeV . Elastic scattering cross-sections for light elements are more or less independent of neutron energy up to 1 MeV. For intermediate and heavy elements, the elastic cross-section is constant at low energy with some specifics at higher energy. A good approximation is, σs = const, for all elements, that are of importance. Fig 1. Neutron-proton differential cross section as a functmn of four-momentum transfer squared for 4 55 GeV/c incident momentum (from ref ) Thzs report describes an experiment carries out at the Brookhaven AGS which made use of the same technique to measure np differential cross.
“Differential Cross Section for Neutron Scattering from Bi at 37 MeV and the Weak Particle-Core Coupling.” Physical Review C 82 () , 7 pp. The electron is a subatomic particle, symbol e − or β −, whose electric charge is negative one elementary charge. Electrons belong to the first generation of the lepton particle family, and are generally thought to be elementary particles because they have no known components or substructure. The electron has a mass that is approximately 1/ that of the ered: J. J. Thomson (). The Elastic Neutron - Proton Differential Cross-section At mev - Evans, Michael Lynn LAT added: Particle detectors - Casper, D. et al. SLAC-PUB added: Study of CP violation at the LHCb experiment at CERN - Robbe, Patrick Comptes Rendus Physique 12 () added: Cited by: "Differential Cross Section for Neutron Scattering from Bi at 37 MeV and the Weak Particle-Core Coupling." Physical Review C 82 () (7 pages).