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1997HU08      Nucl.Phys. A620, 385 (1997)

A.Hunger, J.Peise, A.Robbiano, J.Ahrens, I.Anthony, H.-J.Arends, R.Beck, G.P.Capitani, B.Dolbilkin, H.Falkenberg, G.Galler, S.J.Hall, J.D.Kellie, R.Kondratev, R.Kordsmeier, V.Lisin, A.I.L'vov, G.J.Miller, C.Molinari, P.Ottonello, A.R.Reolon, M.Sanzone, M.Schmitz, M.Schneider, M.Schumacher, O.Selke, Th.Walcher, F.Wissmann, S.Wolf, A.Zucchiatti

Compton Scattering by the Proton Through θ(cms) = 75° and 90° in the Δ-Resonance Region

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(γ, γ), E=200-500 MeV; measured Compton scattering σ(θ); deduced multipole distribution. Dispersion relations. Δ-resonance.

doi: 10.1016/S0375-9474(97)00184-X
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1996HU12      Nucl.Instrum.Methods Phys.Res. A372, 135 (1996)

A.Hunger, R.Kordsmeier, M.Schumacher, O.Selke, J.Ahrens, J.Peise, M.Schmitz, M.Schneider, F.Wissmann, B.Dolbilkin, R.Kondratev, V.Lisin, A.Polonsky

A High Angular-Resolution and Time-of-Flight Detector System for Recoil Protons from the Reactions p(γ, γ)p and p(γ, π0)p

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(γ, γ), (γ, π0), E ≤ 350 MeV; measured proton trajectories, π0 photoproduction scatter plots; deduced Compton scattering, π0 background separation related features. High angular resolution recoil proton tof detector.

doi: 10.1016/0168-9002(95)01280-X
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1996MO04      Phys.Lett. 371B, 181 (1996)

C.Molinari, P.Ottonello, A.Robbiano, M.Sanzone, A.Zucchiatti, G.P.Capitani, A.R.Reolon, H.Falkenberg, A.Hunger, R.Kordsmeier, M.Schumacher, J.Ahrens, H.J.Arends, R.Beck, J.Peise, F.Wissmann, B.Dolbilkin, R.Kondratev, V.Lisin, I.Anthony, J.D.Kellie, S.J.Hall, G.J.Miller

Scattering of Photons by the Proton Through θ(cms) = 90° in the Δ-Resonance Region

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(γ, γ), E=250-500 MeV; measured σ(θγ), recoil proton spectra. Dispersion theories comparison.

doi: 10.1016/0370-2693(96)00020-2
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1996PE19      Phys.Lett. 384B, 37 (1996)

J.Peise, A.Hunger, J.Ahrens, I.Anthony, H.-J.Arends, R.Beck, G.P.Capitani, B.Dolbilkin, H.Falkenberg, S.J.Hall, P.Jennewein, J.D.Kellie, R.Kondratev, R.Kordsmeier, V.Lisin, A.I.Lvov, G.J.Miller, C.Molinari, A.R.Reolon, A.Robbiano, M.Sanzone, M.Schmitz, M.Schneider, M.Schumacher, O.Selke, Th.Walcher, F.Wissmann

Compton Scattering by the Proton Through θ(cms) = 75° in the Δ-Resonance Region

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(γ, γ), E=200-410 MeV; measured Compton scattering σ(θ); deduced Δ-photo excitation reduced M1 strength.

doi: 10.1016/0370-2693(96)00709-5
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