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Criteria for the choice of p-p bremsstrahlung experiments

  • J. V. Jovanovich
2. Two-Hardon Interaction (Bremsstrahlung, Coulomb corrections)
Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 82)

Abstract

The “cannon wisdom” that bremsstrahlung experiments are interesting only at higher energies and smaller angles seems to be inconsistent with the results reviewed in this paper. Lower energy experiments performed at medium scattering angles, experiments which are much easier to do, might contain just as much OFES information. It would be very interesting and useful to perform more theoretical/numerical calculations (considering polarization effects as well) that would give experimentalists a more detailed guide in choosing bremsstrahlung experiments. Finaly, an experiment of the UCLA type performed at a few GeV might be able to settle conclusively whether the expansion parameter should be ɛL or ɛB, since, at that energy, ɛπ and ɛL differ by nearly two orders of magnitude.

The author is thankful to L. Heller, J.S.C. McKee, T.A. Osborn, C.A. Smith, and J.P. Svenne for reading the manuscript of this paper and making some useful comments.

Keywords

Nuclear Force Nucleon Interaction Incoming Particle Detailed Guide Emit Photon Energy 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. V. Jovanovich
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  1. 1.Cyclotron Laboratory, Department of PhysicsUniversity of ManitobaWinnipegCanada

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