Experimental Capabilities — Present and Future
The first purpose of this talk is to describe existing experimental capabilities for the study of (p,n) reactions at energies which are clearly in the direct-reaction regime. Due to the unification of (p,p), (p,n), (n,p) and (n,n) reactions under an isospin formalism some slight attention also will be given to (n,n) and (n,p) capabilities at appropriate energies.
KeywordsFlight Path Recoil Proton Polarize Intensity Conference Topic Large Volume Detector
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