Three-nucleon Force Effects in Neutron-induced Deuteron Breakup

dc.contributor.authorHaas, Daniel
dc.contributor.authorThomson, Stephen
dc.contributor.authorYuly, Mark
dc.description.abstractThe differential cross section for the neutron-induced deuteron breakup reaction was measured at the LANSCE/WNR facility at Los Alamos National Laboratory during the summer of 2007. It has been suggested theoretically that the differential cross section for neutron-deuteron scattering may be sensitive to three-nucleon effects for scattering of protons and neutrons in coincidence at small forward angles on the same side of the incident neutron beam. In this experiment, a permanent magnet spectrometer was located at a small forward angle to detect protons and a ‘wall’ of plastic scintillator neutron detectors was located beyond this spectrometer. The data collected are currently being analyzed.
dc.description.statementofresponsibilityLANSCE TA-53 Student Poster Session, Accelerator Operations, Technology Office, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM., August 11, 2008.
dc.publisherHoughton College
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dc.subjectStudent Projects
dc.titleThree-nucleon Force Effects in Neutron-induced Deuteron Breakup
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