A study of 0° transverse polarization transfer in (p, n) reactions from 12C, 13C and 40Ca at 80 and 50 MeV

H. Sakai, H. Okamura, N. Matsuoka, A. Shimizu, T. Suda, M. Ieiri, H. M. Shimizu

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Abstract

Transverse-polarization-transfer coefficients DNN for the (p, n) reaction at θ = 0° have been measured on 12C, 13C and 40Ca targets at Ep = 80 MeV and the 12C and 13C targets at Ep = 50 MeV. As for the 12C and 13C(p, n) reactions, DNN for the transitions corresponding to the Gamow-Teller type and the Fermi and Gamow-Teller mixed type are compared to distorted-wave Born-approximation calculations. Observed DNN values are reproduced reasonably well by the calculations employing either the effective interactions M3Y or the M3Ym in which V and Vστ are modified. A value for R2 = [σGT(0°)/σF(0°)][B(F)/B(GT)] is deduced by using only the DNN data from the 13C(p, n) reaction, and is roughly consistent with R = 1 55Ep, empirically determined from the cross-section data at 0°. As for the 40Ca(p, n) reaction, the observed value for the giant-dipole-resonance region is DNN = 0.23±0.05, indicating that the spinflip and non-spinflip resonances are unresolved. Utilizing information from higher-energy DNN data, the transition-strength ratio f of non-spinflip to spinflip and DNN(SF) pertinent to spinfli[ transitions have been deduced empirically for the giant-dipole-resonance region. Obtained f and DNN(SF) values are 1.4±0.4 and -0.25±0.10, respectively, and are roughly consistent with the RPA calculations.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)45-61
Number of pages17
JournalNuclear Physics, Section A
Volume579
Issue number1-2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1994 Oct 17

Keywords

  • Nuclear Reactions

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Nuclear and High Energy Physics

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