Deuteron stripping on beryllium target in the 100–2300 MeV energy range
Cross sections for stripping and dissociation of deuterons interacting with Be targets in the 100–2300 MeV energy range have been measured. Comparisons with model calculations suggest a dominant contribution of the stripping process. It is also shown that the deuteron break-up cross section exhibits the same energy dependence as the nucleon-nucleon cross section.
KeywordsModel Calculation Energy Range Beryllium Energy Dependence Dominant Contribution
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