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DATE

1976

AUTHORS

Richard L. Walter

ABSTRACT

Perhaps the first questions about the scientific program of this conference were “Why should there be a separate talk again about neutron polarization phenomena? Can’t this work be assimilated into the rest of the presentations?” In fact, to a small degree neutron results have appeared here occasionally in the review papers but typically the poorer accuracy of neutron data places such results into a category of lesser significance than charged particle studies of similar phenomena. Although a similar situation existed prior to the advent of intense polarized-ion sources, the gap between the quality of much of the charged particle data and neutron data has widened since that point in time. However, the understanding of certain aspects of nuclear interactions must be approached through neutron experiments and it is data related to this special role that the present paper is intended to cover. The approach that I will take is to review 1) reasons why neutron experiments are so difficult to perform, 2) new approaches that are being pursued in conventional neutron polarization studies, 3) some recent scattering results, 4) recent reaction experiments, 5) new sources of polarized neutrons, and lastly, 6) polarized-beam polarized-target results of unique interpretation. Because of time limitations only highlights of the last few years will be touched upon in most cases. Furthermore the presentation will be restricted to energies below 50 MeV and the topics of neutron inelastic scattering, spin flip, and n-p and n-d triple scattering studies will not be mentioned here. More... »

PAGES

377-396

Book

TITLE

Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Polarization Phenomena in Nuclear Reactions

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978-3-0348-5507-5
978-3-0348-5506-8

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