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2001CA05      Phys.Rev.Lett. 86, 967 (2001)

R.V.Cadman, J.Brack, W.J.Cummings, J.A.Fedchak, B.D.Fox, H.Gao, W.Glockle, J.Golak, C.Grosshauser, R.J.Holt, C.E.Jones, H.Kamada, E.R.Kinney, M.A.Miller, W.Nagengast, A.Nogga, B.R.Owen, K.Rith, F.Schmidt, E.C.Schulte, J.Sowinski, F.Sperisen, E.L.Thorsland, R.Tobey, J.Wilbert, H.Witala

Evidence for a Three-Nucleon-Force Effect in Proton-Deuteron Elastic Scattering

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 2H(polarized p, p), E=197 MeV; measured analyzing power, vector analyzing power and spin correlation parameter vs cm angle; deduced effect of three-nucleon force following comparison with theoretical calculations. Polarized target.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.86.967
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2001KI18      Nucl.Phys. A689, 33c (2001)

E.R.Kinney, R.V.Cadman, J.Brack, W.J.Cummings, J.A.Fedchak, B.D.Fox, H.Gao, W.Glockle, C.Grosshauser, R.J.Holt, C.E.Jones, M.A.Miller, W.Nagengast, B.R.Owen, K.Rith, F.Schmidt, E.C.Schulte, J.Sowinski, F.Sperisen, E.L.Thorsland, R.Tobey, J.Wilbert, H.Witala

Three-Nucleon Interactions: Evidence for polarized pd elastic scattering

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 2H(polarized p, p), E=197 MeV; measured Ay(θ), other polarization observables; deduced three-body force. Polarized target.

doi: 10.1016/S0375-9474(01)00816-8
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1999ME24      Phys.Rev. C60, 052201 (1999)

D.G.Meekins, D.J.Abbott, A.Ahmidouch, C.S.Armstrong, J.Arrington, K.Assamagan, O.K.Baker, S.P.Barrow, D.P.Beatty, D.H.Beck, S.Y.Beedoe, E.J.Beise, J.E.Belz, C.Bochna, P.E.Bosted, E.J.Brash, H.Breuer, R.V.Cadman, L.Cardman, R.D.Carlini, J.Cha, N.S.Chant, G.Collins, C.Cothran, W.J.Cummings, S.Danagoulian, F.A.Duncan, J.A.Dunne, D.Dutta, T.Eden, R.Ent, B.W.Filippone, T.A.Forest, H.T.Fortune, V.V.Frolov, H.Gao, D.F.Geesaman, R.Gilman, P.L.J.Gueye, K.K.Gustafsson, J.-O.Hansen, M.Harvey, W.Hinton, R.J.Holt, H.E.Jackson, C.E.Keppel, M.A.Khandaker, E.R.Kinney, A.Klein, D.M.Koltenuk, G.Kumbartzki, A.F.Lung, D.J.Mack, R.Madey, P.Markowitz, K.W.McFarlane, R.D.McKeown, Z.-E.Meziani, M.A.Miller, J.H.Mitchell, H.G.Mkrtchyan, R.M.Mohring, J.Napolitano, A.M.Nathan, G.Niculescu, I.Niculescu, T.G.O'Neill, B.R.Owen, S.F.Pate, D.H.Potterveld, J.W.Price, G.L.Rakness, R.D.Ransome, J.Reinhold, P.M.Rutt, C.W.Salgado, G.Savage, R.E.Segel, N.Simicevic, P.Stoler, R.Suleiman, L.Tang, B.P.Terburg, D.van Westrum, W.F.Vulcan, S.E.Williamson, M.T.Witkowski, S.A.Wood, C.Yan, B.Zeidman

Coherent π0 Photoproduction on the Deuteron up to 4 GeV

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 2H(γ, π0), E=0.8-4.0 GeV bremsstrahlung; measured σ(E, θ). Comparison with previous data, model predictions.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.60.052201
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1998BO29      Phys.Rev.Lett. 81, 4576 (1998)

C.Bochna, B.P.Terburg, D.J.Abbott, A.Ahmidouch, C.S.Armstrong, J.Arrington, K.A.Assamagan, O.K.Baker, S.P.Barrow, D.P.Beatty, D.H.Beck, S.Y.Beedoe, E.J.Beise, J.E.Belz, P.E.Bosted, E.J.Brash, H.Breuer, R.V.Cadman, L.Cardman, R.D.Carlini, J.Cha, N.S.Chant, G.Collins, C.Cothran, W.J.Cummings, S.Danagoulian, F.A.Duncan, J.A.Dunne, D.Dutta, T.Eden, R.Ent, B.W.Filippone, T.A.Forest, H.T.Fortune, V.V.Frolov, H.Gao, D.F.Geesaman, R.Gilman, P.L.J.Gueye, K.K.Gustafsson, J.-O.Hansen, M.Harvey, W.Hinton, R.J.Holt, H.E.Jackson, C.E.Keppel, M.A.Khandaker, E.R.Kinney, A.Klein, D.M.Koltenuk, G.Kumbartzki, A.F.Lung, D.J.Mack, R.Madey, P.Markowitz, K.W.McFarlane, R.D.McKeown, D.G.Meekins, Z.-E.Meziani, M.A.Miller, J.H.Mitchell, H.G.Mkrtchyan, R.M.Mohring, J.Napolitano, A.M.Nathan, G.Niculescu, I.Niculescu, T.G.O'Neill, B.R.Owen, S.F.Pate, D.H.Potterveld, J.W.Price, G.L.Rakness, R.Ransome, J.Reinhold, P.M.Rutt, C.W.Salgado, G.Savage, R.E.Segel, N.Simicevic, P.Stoler, R.Suleiman, L.Tang, D.van Westrum, W.F.Vulcan, S.Williamson, M.T.Witkowski, S.A.Wood, C.Yan, B.Zeidman

Measurements of Deuteron Photodisintegration up to 4.0 GeV

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 2H(γ, p), E=0.4-4 GeV; measured σ(θ). Quark-gluon string model, reduced nuclear amplitude analysis, asymptotic meson exchange model.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.81.4576
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