Studies of the three-nucleon system dynamics in the deuteron-proton breakup reaction

I. Ciepał, B. Kłos, E. Stephan, St Kistryn, A. Biegun, K. Bodek, A. Deltuva, E. Epelbaum, M. Eslami-Kalantari, A. C. Fonseca, J. Golak, V. Jha, N. Kalantar-Nayestanaki, H. Kamada, G. Khatri, Da Kirillov, Di Kirillov, St Kliczewski, A. Kozela, M. KravcikovaH. Machner, A. Magiera, G. Martinska, J. Messchendorp, A. Nogga, W. Parol, A. Ramazani-Moghaddam-Arani, B. J. Roy, H. Sakai, K. Sekiguchi, I. Sitnik, R. Siudak, R. Skibiński, R. Sworst, J. Urban, H. Witała, J. Zejma

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Abstract

One of the most important goals of modern nuclear physics is to contruct nuclear force model which properly describes the experimental data. To develop and test predictions of current models the breakup 1H(d, pp)n reaction was investigated experimentally at 100 and 130 MeV deuteron beam energies. Rich set of data for cross section, vector and tensor analyzing powers was obtained with the use of the SALAD and BINA detectors at KVI and Germanium Wall setup at FZ-Jülich. Results are compared with various theoretical approaches which describe the three-nucleon (3N) system dynamics. For correct description of the cross section data both, three-nucleon force (3NF) and Coulomb force, have to be included into calculations and influence of those ingredients is seizable at specific parts of the phase space. In case of the vector analyzing powers very low sensitivity to any effects beyond nucleon-nucleon interaction was found. At 130 MeV, the Axy data are not correctly described when 3NF models are included into calculations.

Original languageEnglish
Article number03019
JournalEPJ Web of Conferences
Volume66
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014
Event2013 International Nuclear Physics Conference, INPC 2013 - Firenze, Italy
Duration: 2013 Jun 22013 Jun 7

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Physics and Astronomy(all)

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