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1992AK02      Nucl.Phys. A541, 433 (1992)

Yu.K.Akimov, M.G.Gornov, M.I.Gostkin, Yu.B.Gurov, I.I.Gaysak, S.P.Kruglov, S.I.Merzlyakov, K.O.Oganesyan, E.A.Pasyuk, S.Yu.Porokhovoy, A.I.Rudenko, A.V.Shishkov, I.I.Strakovsky

Positive-Pion Absorption on Carbon at Low Pion Energies

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(π+, X), E=26-39 MeV; measured pion absorption σ(E) versus particle energy, two-proton final state; deduced narrow structure.

doi: 10.1016/0375-9474(92)90185-M
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1991AK04      Yad.Fiz. 53, 1187 (1991); Sov.J.Nucl.Phys. 53, 733 (1991)

Yu.K.Akimov, I.I.Gaysak, M.G.Gornov, M.G.Gostkin, Yu.B.Gurov, S.P.Kruglov, S.I.Merzlyakov, K.O.Oganesyan, E.K.Pasyuk, S.Yu.Porokhovoi, A.I.Rudenko, I.I.Strakovsky, A.V.Shishkov

Study of the Reaction π+ + 12C → p + p + X at Pion Energies 26-39 MeV

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(π+, X), E=26-39 MeV; measured pp-total energy, σ(E) following pion absorption; deduced quasideuteron role.


1986SU03      Yad.Fiz. 43, 392 (1986)

V.K.Suslenko, I.I.Gaysak

One-Pion Exchange Model for the Reaction pp → npπ+ and Its Verification on a Scale of Differential Pion Spectra at Energies of 0.66-1.0 GeV

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(p, nπ+), E ≈ 660-1000 MeV; calculated σ(θ(π), E(π)) vs pion momentum.


1981AK01      Yad.Fiz. 33, 33 (1981)

Yu.K.Akimov, I.I.Gaysak, F.F.Guber, V.A.Krasnov, A.B.Kurepin, S.I.Merzlyakov, K.O.Oganesyan, E.A.Pasyuk, S.Yu.Porokhovoy, A.I.Reshetin

Production of π+ Mesons in Low Energy Proton Collisions with Nuclei C and Cu

NUCLEAR REACTIONS C, Cu(p, π+), E=240-500 MeV; measured σ(θ, E); C, Cu(p, π+), E=240 MeV; measured σ(θ, E(π)).


1980GU22      Pisma Zh.Eksp.Teor.Fiz. 31, 696 (1980); JETP Lett.(USSR) 31, 656 (1980)

F.F.Guber, M.V.Kazarnovskii, V.A.Krasnov, A.B.Kurepin, V.I.Nazaruk, A.I.Reshetin, Yu.K.Akimov, I.I.Gaysak, S.I.Merzlyakov, K.O.Oganesyan, E.A.Pasyuk, S.Yu.Porokhovoi

Inclusive Production of Pions by Protons in Nuclei at Low Energies

NUCLEAR REACTIONS C, Cu(p, π+), E=240 MeV; measured σ(E(π+), θ). DWIA analysis.


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