Low-energy scattering of deuteron by \(^3\text {He}\) and \(^3\text {H}\) in halo effective field theory

Abstract

We study the low-energy d-\(^3\text {He}\) and d-\(^3\text {H}\) elastic scattering using the halo effective field theory (EFT) formalism. For this purpose, we initially focus on the phase shift analysis of S- and P-wave scattering using the effective range expansion (ERE). Using the ERE analysis we determine the unknown EFT low-energy coupling constants and present the leading- and next-to-leading-order EFT results for the phase shift in each channel. Also, the differential cross section versus center-of-mass energy and angle are plotted with comparison to the available experimental data. Our results show good consistency with the present data.

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This manuscript has no associated data or the data will not be deposited. [Authors’ comment: We select the “There is no data or the data will not be deposited” option in the submision process because, this paper is concentrated on a theoretical study of a reaction (not experimental one). In this study, we use the available experimental data to determine some unknown theroretical parameters for completeing our theoretical approach. The reliablty of our approach has been proven by comparing our other evaluated results with the corresponding experimental data. Our obtained values for unknown parameters could be used in the same future works.]

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The authors acknowledge the Iran National Science Foundation (INSF) for financial support.

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Arani, M.M. Low-energy scattering of deuteron by \(^3\text {He}\) and \(^3\text {H}\) in halo effective field theory. Eur. Phys. J. A 56, 198 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1140/epja/s10050-020-00204-x

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