Quasielastic Neutron-Induced Deuteron Breakup

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2009-08-10
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Koehler, Katrina
Kroening, Peter
Slye, Jonathan
Turkewitz, Jared
Uemura, Sho
Matthews, June
Yuly, Mark
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Houghton College
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At the Weapons Neutron Research Facility part of the Los Alamos National Lab in Los Alamos, NM, the quasielastic scattering experiment was performed on flight path 15R in the summer of 2009. The cross-section for this experiment is being measured at intermediate incident neutron energies, ranging up to 800 MeV. Scattered protons from deuteron breakup travel through a magnetic spectrometer on beam right, consisting of a thin ?E scintillator, three drift chambers, two permanent magnets, and two thin scintillators. An array of nine two-meter high plastic scintillators detect scattered neutrons on beam left.
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2010 Annual Meeting of the Division of Nuclear Physics, American Physical Society, Santa Fe, NM, November 2-6, 2010; XXIX Annual Rochester Symposium for Physics Students, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY., April 17, 2010; LANSCE TA-53 Student Poster Session, Accelerator Operations, Technology Office, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM., August 10, 2009; Homecoming Student Research Poster Contest, Oct. 8, 2011.
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