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optical model calculation of proton and K meson scattering from ³He

Manuel JoseМЃ PaeМЃz-MejiМЃa

optical model calculation of proton and K meson scattering from ³He

by Manuel JoseМЃ PaeМЃz-MejiМЃa

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Protons -- Scattering.,
  • Mesons -- Scattering.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Manuel José Paéz-Mejía.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[12], 155 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages155
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15068807M

    A Systematic Study of Elastic Proton-Nucleus Scattering T i, C L(),L is the Fierz matrix, and fi(x)= g 2 i x 2+m i (1+ x Λ2 i)−2 −i g¯ i x2 +¯m2 i (1+ x2 Λ¯2 i)−2 (5) where xrepresentsthe magnitudeof eitherthe direct three-momentumtransferq or the exchange-momentum transfer Q, (g2 i,¯g2 i), (m i,m¯ i),and(Λ i,Λ¯ i) are the real and imaginary parts of the coupling constant. K. Miyazaki R e (V p) (M e V) Neutron skin thickness (fm) l 0 = 2/3 l 0 = 0 Figure 1: The central strength of the real vector potential for pPb optical model at T lab = MeV as a function of the neutron skin thickness. The black solid line is the cal-culation using 0 = 2=3 and 1 = 0 in Eqs. (1) and (2), while the dotted line is the result using.

    proton elastic scattering? RIA (tr optical potential) Effective NN interaction Nucleon density distribution: r p V(r), r n V(r), r p S(r), r n S(r) + ds/d, A y, Q ds/d, A y, Q Calculation Experimental data input output c method Modify the RLF interaction to explain real data (58Ni) Fixed r p V(r): . An optical-potential model originally developed for low-energy (T[sub [pi]] [le] MeV) pion-nucleus scattering in momentum space was extended to treat both kaon-nucleus and high-energy pion-nucleus elastic scattering ( MeV [le] T[sub [pi]] [le] 1 GeV).

    In nuclear physics, the Optical Model means, we are treating the scattering problem is like optical wave problem. due to the incident beam can be treated as a wave-function. and this wave will be scattered by the target.. when the beam is far away from the target, the wave function of the incident beam should satisfy the Schrödinger equation in free space. These microscopic optical potentials are compared with that of Dirac phenomenology (DP) for the polarized proton-{sup 40}Ca elastic scattering at 35 MeV and MeV. These potentials have different shapes for MeV below 4 fm.


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Optical model calculation of proton and K meson scattering from ³He by Manuel JoseМЃ PaeМЃz-MejiМЃa Download PDF EPUB FB2

An optical model calculation of proton and K meson scattering from ³He Public Deposited. Analytics × Add Author: Manuel José Paéz-Mejía. A study is made of proton and K meson scattering from the ('3)He using a microscopic optical potential derived from multiple scattering theory.

The two-body scattering lengths, which describe the interaction between K −-mesons and free nucleons are used to calculate an optical model potential representing the interaction between K −-mesons and by: 3.

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link). scattering process through the optical model potential. We will analyse the proton scattering from light nuclei in the intermediate energy range. By intermediate energy we mean from 50 MeV up to MeV.

The analyses will concentrate mainly on 12C target. Since this is a. Therefore, optical model analysis was employed to calculate the elastic scattering cross section for p +4 0 Ca interaction at energies from 9 to 22 MeV as well as the polarization at energies from 10 to MeV.

New optical model parameters (OMPs) were proposed. data, for both elastic proton and antiproton-nucleus scattering. 1 Introduction The optical potential (OP) provides a suitable tool to describe elastic nucleon-nucleus (NA) scattering.

Its use can be extended to inelastic scattering and to perform calculations for a wide variety of. Optical Model Analysis The optical model potential between the incident proton and the target nucleus was assumed to have the usual form V(r) = Vc(r)+(U+iWv)f(r)+iWDg(r)-Us r dr 1.

6, (1) where Vc(r) is the Coulomb potential, taken to be that due to a uniformly charged sphere of radius A* fm; U, Wv, WD and Us are the real, imaginary Cited by: A pencil beam model for the calculation of the lateral scattering in water of protons for any therapeutic energy and depth is presented.

It is based on the full Molire theory, taking into account the energy loss and the effects of è mixtures and compounds. Concerning the electromagnetic part, the model. Proton-proton scattering from low to LHC-energies • Coulomb scattering • Low-energy strong interactions • Regge poles and the pomeron • The Froissart bound • Feynman parton model • Recent ideas and conclusion Finn Ravndal, Dept of Physics, UiO HEP-coll, 13/11 - File Size: 5MB.

The differential cross-sections for the elastic scattering of protons from12C with incident energies ranging in approximately 2 MeV steps between 20 and 50 MeV, are analyzed using a standard optical model. K.T., Ingham, D. et al. Optical model analysis of proton-carbon elastic scattering in the range 20 to 50 MeV.

Z Physik A– Cited by: 6. The scattering of antikaons with nucleons is studied in the nuclear environment. Describing the Λ () as a K −-proton bound state, we find that the mass of the Λ () is shifted upwards in energy due to the Pauli blocking of intermediate nuclear environment causes the s-wave K −-nucleon scattering length to become attractive at subsaturation densities and produces a mean Cited by: The reaction K +Xe↦K 0pX is investigated in a meson-exchange model including rescattering of the secondary protons with the aim to analyze the evidence for the Θ+()-resonance reported by.

8 Probing the Proton: Electron - Proton Scattering Scattering of electrons and protons is an electromagnetic interaction.

Electron beams have been used to probe the structure of the proton (and neutron) since the s, with the most recent results coming from the high energy HERA electron-proton collider at DESY in Hamburg.

Mott Scattering Scattering of a relativistic electron by a pointlike spin 1/2 proton Similar to electron muon scattering from last Lecture Usually described in the Lab frame, where the proton is at rest: θ is the lab scattering angle of the electron pe is the incident electron beam momentum q2 is the four-momentum transfer of the virtual photon.

A model for highly inelastic electron-nucleon scattering at high energies is studied and compared with existing data. This model envisages the proton to be composed of pointlike constituents. The calculation of the complete set of P(2) splitting functions by Moch, Vermaseren and Vogt (hep-ph/,) completes the calculational tools for a consistent NNLO pQCD treatment of Tevatron & LHC hard-scattering cross sections.

beyond lowest order in pQCD see above see book. Scattering theory Scattering theory is important as it underpins one of the most ubiquitous tools in physics. Almost everything we know about nuclear and atomic physics has been discovered by scattering experiments, e.g.

Rutherford’s discovery of the nucleus, the discovery of sub-atomic particles (such as quarks), Size: 1MB. Nuclear Models/Optical, Potential For Proton--Nucleus Scattering; Nuclear Potential; Optical Model; Proton Beams; Protons; Protons/Scattering By Carbon And Calcium At 20 And 40 Mev, Cross Sections And Optical Potentials For, (T) Protons/Scattering By Nickel, Tin, And Lead At 40 Mev, Optical Potential For, (T) ScatteringAuthor: Donald A Slanina.

An Optical Model Calculation of Proton and K Meson Scattering from 3He by Manuel Jose Paez-Mejia A THESIS submitted to Oregon State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Completed December 8, Commencement June.

r dr. k - k' is the momentum transferred to the proton during the scattering. The free particle differential cross section, daf/dR, appropriate to direct scattering, is given by Bethe and de Hoffmann (), as dof = 4 sin2 6 cos2 B dQ k2 - 9 '\here all quantities are to be evaluated in the centre-of-mass system of the pion dnd struck proton.Low Energy Proton-Proton Scattering And Yonezawa et al.t 1) pointed out the correspondency of the "scaler meson" to Pomeron.

Now, we calcula by the ordinary K-matrix method to investigate the "scaler meson" phenomenologically. The results are shown in Fig. 1 and Fig. 2. The parame-Cited by: 1.the η-meson production, where the strong ηN interaction is included explicitly, only the proton-proton and the proton-hyperon interaction is included.

For details we refer to the literature (3,7,8). The hard scattering production amplitude M(HS) is given as the overlap of the pp initial.