Few-nucleon system dynamics studied via deuteron-deuteron collisions at 160 MeV

I. Ciepał , K. Bodek, N. Kalantar-Nayestanaki , G. Khatri , St. Kistryn , B. Kłos, A. Kozela , J. Kuboś, P. Kulessa , A. Łobejko, A. Magiera , J. Messchendorp , I. Mazumdar, W. Parol , R. Ramazani-Sharifabadi, D. Rozpędzik , I. Skwira-Chalot , E. Stephan, A. Wilczek , B. Włoch, A. Wrońska , J. Zejma

SciPost Phys. Proc. 3, 018 (2020) · published 25 February 2020

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24th European Few Body Conference

Abstract

Four nucleon scattering at intermediate energies provides unique opportunities to study effects of the two key ingredients of the nuclear dynamics, the nucleon-nucleon P-wave (NNP-wave) and the three-nucleon force (3NF). This is possible only with systematic and precise data, in conjunction with exact theoretical calculations. Using the BINA detector at KVI Groningen, the Netherlands, a rich set of differential cross section of the 2H(d, dp)n breakup reaction at 160 MeV deuteron beam energy has been measured. Besides the three-body breakup, also cross sections of the 2H(d, 3He)n proton transfer reaction have been obtained. The data are compared to the recent calculations for the three-cluster breakup.


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