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Implications of the space-star anomaly in nd breakup

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Howell, CR; Setze, HR; Tornowa, W; Braun, RT; Glöckle, W; Hussein, AH; Lambert, JM; Mertens, G; Roper, CD; Salinas, F; Šlaus, I; Vlahović, B ...
Published in: Nuclear Physics A
March 2, 1998

Cross-section measurements of six exit-channel configurations in nd breakup at 13.0 MeV are reported and compared to rigorous calculations. Except for the coplanar-star configuration, our data are consistent with previous data. The present data for all configurations, with the exception of the space star, are in good agreement with theoretical predictions. The previously observed large discrepancy between theory and data for the space-star configuration is confirmed in the present work. The inclusion of the Tucson-Melbourne 2π exchange three-nucleon force with a cutoff parameter that correctly binds the triton only changes the predicted cross section by 2%, a factor of 10 smaller than the amount needed to bring theory into agreement with data.

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Nuclear Physics A

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0375-9474

Publication Date

March 2, 1998

Volume

631

Start / End Page

692 / 696

Related Subject Headings

  • Nuclear & Particles Physics
  • 5107 Particle and high energy physics
  • 5106 Nuclear and plasma physics
  • 5101 Astronomical sciences
  • 0206 Quantum Physics
  • 0202 Atomic, Molecular, Nuclear, Particle and Plasma Physics
  • 0201 Astronomical and Space Sciences
 

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Howell, C. R., Setze, H. R., Tornowa, W., Braun, R. T., Glöckle, W., Hussein, A. H., … Witała, H. (1998). Implications of the space-star anomaly in nd breakup. Nuclear Physics A, 631, 692–696. https://doi.org/10.1016/s0375-9474(98)00093-1
Howell, C. R., H. R. Setze, W. Tornowa, R. T. Braun, W. Glöckle, A. H. Hussein, J. M. Lambert, et al. “Implications of the space-star anomaly in nd breakup.” Nuclear Physics A 631 (March 2, 1998): 692–96. https://doi.org/10.1016/s0375-9474(98)00093-1.
Howell CR, Setze HR, Tornowa W, Braun RT, Glöckle W, Hussein AH, et al. Implications of the space-star anomaly in nd breakup. Nuclear Physics A. 1998 Mar 2;631:692–6.
Howell, C. R., et al. “Implications of the space-star anomaly in nd breakup.” Nuclear Physics A, vol. 631, Mar. 1998, pp. 692–96. Scopus, doi:10.1016/s0375-9474(98)00093-1.
Howell CR, Setze HR, Tornowa W, Braun RT, Glöckle W, Hussein AH, Lambert JM, Mertens G, Roper CD, Salinas F, Šlaus I, González Trotter DE, Vlahović B, Walter RL, Witała H. Implications of the space-star anomaly in nd breakup. Nuclear Physics A. 1998 Mar 2;631:692–696.
Journal cover image

Published In

Nuclear Physics A

DOI

ISSN

0375-9474

Publication Date

March 2, 1998

Volume

631

Start / End Page

692 / 696

Related Subject Headings

  • Nuclear & Particles Physics
  • 5107 Particle and high energy physics
  • 5106 Nuclear and plasma physics
  • 5101 Astronomical sciences
  • 0206 Quantum Physics
  • 0202 Atomic, Molecular, Nuclear, Particle and Plasma Physics
  • 0201 Astronomical and Space Sciences