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[Fri98] J.L. Friar
Nuclear Scales
in Nuclear Physics with Effective Field Theory, ed. by R. Seki, U. van Kolck and M.J. Savage, (World Scientific, Singapore, 1998), p. 145.
[Cas98] C. Caso et al.
Particle Data
European Phys. Journal C 3(1) (1998)
Particle Data Group
[Aud95] G. Audi and A.H. Wapstra
The 1995 update to the atomic mass evaluation
Nucl. Phys. A 595(4) (1995), p. 409-480
E-print and Data via anonymous FTP
[Bev69] P. R. Bevington
Data Reduction and Error Analysis for the Physical Sciences
McGraw-Hill, New York (1969)
[Gol64] M.L. Goldberger and K.M. Watson
Collision Theory
John Wiley & Sons, New York; London; Sydney (1964)
[Bal63] A.M. Baldin, W.I. Golganskij und I.L. Rosental
Kinematik der Kernreaktionen
Akademie-Verlag, Berlin (1963)



[Kam99] H. Kamada
A Practical Method for Relativistic 3N-Scattering Calculations with Realistic Potentials
Few-Body Systems 0(0) (1999), p. 1-6 (To be publish)
[Dol99] P. Doleschall and I. Borbély
Phenomenological Non-Local Nucleon-Nucleon Interactions and the Neutron-Deuteron Break-Up Process
Few-Body Systems 27(1) (1999), p. 1-14
[Wit99] H. Witala, H. Kamada, A. Nogga, W. Glöckle, Ch. Elster and D. Hüber
Modern NN force predictions for the total nd cross section up to 300 MeV
Phys. Rev. C 59(6) (1999), p. 3035-3046
[Hüb98] D. Hüber and J.L. Friar
The Ay puzzle and the nuclear force
Phys. Rev. C 58(2) (1998), p. 674-685
[Glö96] W. Glöckle, H. Witala, D. Hüber and J. Golak
The three-nucleon continuum: achievements, challenges and applications
Phys. Rep. 274(3 & 4), (1996), p. 107-285
report abstract, zipped postscript
[Knu94] L.D. Knutson
Polarisation Observables for the p-d Breakup Reaction and the Nuclear Three-Body Force
Phys. Rev. Lett. 73(23) (1994), p. 3062-3065
[Sam92] F. Sammarruca, D.P. Xu and R. Machleidt
Relativistic corrections to the triton binding energy
Phys. Rev. C46(5) (1992), p. 1636-1641
[Wit91] H. Witala and W. Glöckle
Nucl. Phys. A 528 (1991), p. 48 ff
[How88] C.R. Howell, W. Tornow, I. Slaus, P.D. Flesher, M.L. Roberts, H.G. Pfützner, A. Li, K. Murphy, R.L. Walter, J.M. Lambert, P.A. Traedo, H. Witala, W. Glöckle and T. Cornelius
Rigorous Calculation and Measurement of Ay( ) for n+d Elastic-Scattering and Breakup Processes
Phys. Rev. Lett. 61(14) (1988), p. 1565-1568
[Fra88] T.N Frank, H. Haberzettl, T. Januschke, U. Kerwath and W. Sandhas
Neutron-deutron breakup calculations with W-matrix representation of the two-body input
Phys. Rev. C 38(3) (1988), p. 1112-1118
[Wit88] H. Witala and T. Cornelius and W. Glöckle
Elastic Scattering and Break-Up Process in the n-d System
Few-Body Systems 3 (1988), p. 123-134
[Wit87] H. Witala, W. Glöckle and T. Cornelius
Three-nucleon continuum calculations with realistic NN potentials
Few-Body Systems 2 (1987), p. 555-559
[Koi87] Y. Koike and J. Haidenbauer
The neutron-deuteron elastic scattering with the Paris potential
Nucl. Phys. A 463 (1987), p. 365c-376c
[Bar86] E. A. Bartnik, H. Haberzettl and W. Sandhas
Two-body bound state problem and nonsingular scattering equations
Phys. Rev. C 34(5) (1986), p. 1520-1529
[Grü83] W. Grüebler, V. König, P.A. Schmelzbach, F. Sperisen, B. Jenny, R.E. White, F. Seiler and H.W. Roser
Investigation of the three-nucleon system by pd elastic scattering with polarized protons and deuterons
Nucl. Phys. A 398 (1983), p. 445-466
[Glö83a] W. Glöckle
The Quantum Mechanical Few-Body Problem
Springer-Verlag, Berlin; Heidelberg, 1983
ISBN 3-540-12587-6
[Glö83b] W. Glöckle and R. Brandenburger
Generalized three-body Alt-Grassberger-Sandhas equations including three-body forces
Phys. Rev. C 27(1) (1983), p. 83-87
[Ohl81] G.G. Ohlsen, R.E. Brown, F.D. Correl and R.A. Hardekopf
The description of polarisation analyzing powers for three-body breakup reactions
Nucl. Instr. and Meth. 179 (1981), p. 283-294
[Grü81] W. Grüebler
Three- and four-nucleon systems (experiment)
Nucl. Phys. A 353 (1981), p. 31c-46c
[Klo73] W.M. Kloet and J.A. Tjon
A study of break-up processes in neutron-deutron scattering
Nucl. Phys. A 210 (1973), p. 380-396
[Jai73] M. Jain, J.G. Rogers and D.P. Saylor
New Approach to the Analysis of Nucleon-Deuteron Breakup Data
Phys. Rev. Lett. 31(13) (1973), p. 838-840
[Ern73] D.J. Ernst, C.M. Shakin and R.M. Thaler
Separable Representations of Two-Body Interactions
Phys. Rev. C 8(1) (1973), p. 46-52
[Knu72] L.D. Knutson
Parity conservation and polarization phenomena for break-up reactions
Nucl. Phys. A 198 (1972), p. 439-448
[Bar70] H.H. Barschall and W. Haeberli
The Madison Convention
Proceedings of the Third Int. Symp. to Polarisation Phenomena in Nuclear Reactions
Madison, 1970, eds. H.H. Barschall and W. Haeberli
The University of Wisconsin Press (1970), p. xxv-xxix
[Alt67] E.O. Alt, P. Grassberger and W. Sandhas
Reduction of the three-particle collision problem to multi-channel two-particle Lippmann-Schwinger equations
Nucl. Phys. B 2 (1967), p. 167-180
[Ohl65] G.G. Ohlsen
Kinematic relations in reaction of the form A + B -> C + D + E
Nucl. Inst. and Meth. 37 (1965), p. 240-248
[Fad65] L.D. Faddeev
Mathematical aspects of the three body problem in quantum scattering theory
Davey, New York (1965)
[Fad61] L.D. Faddeev
Scattering theory for a three-particle-system
Sov. Phys. JEPT 12 (1961), p. 1014-1019
[Mig55] A.B. Migdal
Zh. Eksper. Theor. Fiz. 28 (1955), p. 3 ff
[Wat52] K.M. Watson
The Effect of Final State Interactions on Reaction Cross Sections
Phys. Rev. 88(5) (1952), p. 1163-1171
[Tak51] M. Taketani, S. Nakamura and M. Sasaki
Prog. Theor. Phys. 6(Kyoto) (1951), p. 581 ff
[Lip50a] B.A. Lippmann
Variational Principles for Scattering Processes. II. Scattering of Slow Neutrons by Para-Hydrogen
Phys. Rev. 79(3) (1950), p. 481-486
[Lip50b] B.A. Lippmann and J. Schwinger
Variational Principles for Scattering Processes. I
Phys. Rev. 79(3) (1950), p. 469-480
[Jos47] R. Jost
Helv. Phys. Acta 20 (1947), p. 356 ff
[Yuk35] H. Yukawa
Proc. Phys. Math. Soc. Japan 17 (1935), p. 48 ff

Charge dependence

[Li98] G.Q. Li and R. Machleidt
Charge dependence of the nucleon-nucleon interaction
Phys. Rev. C 58(6) (1998), p. 3153-3162
[Pap97] Z. Papp
Three-potential formalism for the three-body Coulomb scattering problem
Phys. Rev. C 55(3) (1997), p. 1080-1087
[Pap96] Z. Papp and W. Pessas
Coulomb-Sturmian separable expansion approach: Three-body Faddeev calculations for Coulomb-like interactions
Phys. Rev. C 50(1) (1996), p. 50-56
[Alt94] E.O. Alt and M. Rauh
Coulomb effects in deuteron breakup by proton impact
Phys. Rev. C 49(5) (1994), p. R2285-R2288
[Tor92] W. Tornow, C.R. Howell, R.L. Walter and I. Slaus
Charge effects in three-nucleon scattering versus charge-symmetry breaking in the 3P nucleon-nucleon interactions
Phys. Rev. C 45(1) (1992), p. 459-462
[Alt78] E.O. Alt, W. Sandhas and H. Ziegelmann
Coulomb effects in the three-body reactions with two charged particles
Phys. Rev. C 17(6) (1978), p. 1981-2005

Chiral symmetrie

[Fri99] J. L. Friar, D. Hüber and U. van Kolck
Chiral symmetry and three-nucleon forces
Phys. Rev. C 59(1) (1999), p. 53-58
[Epe99] E. Epelbaoum, W. Glöckle, A. Krüger and Ulf-G. Meißner
Effective theory for the two-nucleon system
Nucl. Phys. A 645(3) (1999), p. 413-438
[Bea98] S.R. Beane, T.D. Cohen and D.R. Phillips
The potential of effective field theory in NN scattering
Nucl. Phys. A 632(3) (1998), p. 445-469


[Sto95] V.G.J. Stoks and J.J. de Swart
Comparison of potential models with the np scattering data below 350 MeV
Phys. Rev. C 52(3) (1995), p. 1698-1701
[Mac94] R. Machleidt and G.Q. Li
Nucleon-nucleon potentials in comparison: Physics or polemics ?
Phys. Rep. 242 (1994), p. 5-35
[Sto93a] V.G.J. Stoks and J.J. de Swart
Comparison of potential models with the pp scattering data below 350 MeV
Phys. Rev. C 47(2) (1993), p. 761-767
[Dol82] P. Doleschall, W. Grüebler, V. König, P. Schmelzenbach, F. Sperisen and B. Jenny
Nucl. Phys. A 380 (1982), p. 72-86


[Wir95] R. B. Wiringa, V. G. J. Stoks and R. Schiavilla
Accurate nucleon-nucleon potential with charge-independence breaking
Phys. Rev. C 51(1) (1995), p. 38-51
[Wir84] R.B. Wiringa, R.A. Smith and T.L. Ainsworth
Nucleon-nucleon potentials with and without (1232) degrees of freedom
Phys. Rev. C 29(4) (1984), p. 1207-1221
Information about the Argonne nucleon-nucleon potentials can be found at the Argonne Laboratory.


[Eng97] L. Engvik, M. Hjorth-Jensen, R. Machleidt, H. Müther and A. Polls
Modern nucleon-nucleon potentials and symmetry energy in infinite matter
Nucl. Phys. A 627(1) (1997), p. 85-100
[Mac96] R. Machleidt, F. Sammarruca and Y. Song
Nonlocal nature of the nuclear force and its impact on nuclear structure
Phys. Rev. C53(4) (1996), p. R1483-R1487
[Hai89] J. Haidenbauer and K. Holinde
Application of the Bonn potential to proton-proton scattering
Phys. Rev. C40(6) (1989), p. 2465-2472
[Mac89] R. Machleidt
The meson theory of nuclear forces and nuclear structure
Adv. Nucl. Phys. 19 (1989), p. 189-376
[Mac87] R. Machleidt, K. Holinde and C. Elster
The bonn meson exchange model for the nucleon-nucleon interaction
Phys. Rep. 149(1) (1987), p. 1-89


[Sto94] V.G.J. Stoks, R.A.M. Klomp, C.P.F. Terheggen and J.J. de Swart
Construction of high-quality NN potential models
Phys. Rev. C 49(6) (1994), p. 2950-2962
[Sto93b] V.G.J. Stoks, R.A.M. Klomp, M.C.M. Rentmeesterand and J.J. de Swart
Partial-wave analysis of all nucleon-nucleon scattering data below 350 MeV
Phys. Rev. C 48(2) (1993), p. 792-815
[Nag78] M.M. Nagels, T.A. Rjiken and J.J. de Swart
Low-energy nucleon-nucleon potential from Regge-pole theory
Phys. Rev. D 17(3) (1978), p. 768-776
[Rei68] R.V. Reid
Ann. Phys. 50 (1968), p. 411 ff
More information about the Nijmegen nucleon-nucleon potentials can be found at NN-Online.


[Hai85] J. Haidenbauer and W. Plessas
Modified separable representation of the Paris nucleon-nucleon potential in the 1S0 and 3P0 states
Phys. Rev. C 32(4) (1985), p. 1424-1425
[Hai84] J. Haidenbauer and W. Plessas
Separable representation of the Paris nucleon-nucleon potential
Phys. Rev. C 30(6) (1984), p. 1822-1839
[Lac80] M. Lacombe, B. Loiseau, J.M. Richard, R. Vinh Mau, J. Côté, P. Pirès and R. de Tourreil
Parametrization of the Paris N-N potential
Phys. Rev. C 21(6) (1980), p. 861-873

Other Potentials

[Kuk98] V.I. Kukulin, V.N. Pomerantsev, A. Faessler, A.J. Buchmann and E.M. Tursunov
Moscow-type NN potentials and three-nucleon bound states
Phys. Rev. C 57(2) (1998), p. 535-554
[Mal69] R.A. Malfliet and J.A. Tjon
Solution of the Faddeev equation problem using local two-particle interactions
Nucl. Phys. A 127 (1969), p. 161-168
[Gam57] J.L. Gammel and R.M. Thaler
Spin-orbit Coupling in the Proton-Proton Interaction
Phys.Rev. 107(1) (1957), p. 291-298

Three nucleon force

[Wit98] H. Witala, W. Glöckle, D. Hüber, J. Golak and H. Kamada
Cross Section Minima in Elastic Nd Scattering: Possible Evidence for Three-Nucleon Force Effects
Phys. Rev. Lett. 81(6) (1998), p. 1183-1186
[Hüb97a] D. Hüber, H. Kamada, H. Witala and W. Glöckle
How to include a three-nucleon force into Faddeev equations for the 3N continuum: a new form
Acta Phys. Polon. B 28 (1997), p. 1677-1686
[Hüb97b] D. Hüber, H. Witala, A. Nogga, W. Glöckle and H. Kamada
A New Look into the Partial-Wave Decomposition of Three-Nucleon Force
Few-Body Systems 22(3) (1997), p. 107-135
[Sai94] T.Y. Saito and I.R. Afnan
How important is the three-nucleon force ?
Phys. Rev. C 50(6) (1994), p. 2756-2760
[Hüb93] D. Hüber and H. Witala and W. Glöckle
Momentum-Space Calculations for Three-Nucleon Scattering Including a Three-Nucleon Force
Few-Body Systems 14 (1993), p. 171-190
[Sta91] A. Stadler, W. Glöckle and P.U. Sauer
Faddeev equations with three-nucleon force in momentum space
Phys. Rev. C 44(6) (1991), p. 2319-2327
[Pol90] W.N. Polyzou and W. Glöckle
Three-Body Interactions and On-Shell Equivalent Two-Body Interactions
Few-Body Systems 9 (1990), p. 97-121
[Gib88] B.F. Gibson and B.H. McKellar
The Three-Body Force in the Trinucleons
Few-Body Systems 3 (1988), p. 143 ff
[Mei84] W. Meier and W. Glöckle
The neutron induced deuteron break-up process with the inclusion of a three-nucleon force
Phys. Lett. B 138(5,6) (1984), p. 329-332
[Mei83] W. Meier and W. Glöckle
Need of repulsion in form factors for separable two-nucleon forces in conjugation with the two-pion-exchange three-nucleon force
Phys. Rev. C 28(4) (1983), p. 1807-1811
[Glö82] W. Glöckle
Effects of the two-pion exchange three-ncleon force in the triton and 3He
Nucl. Phys. A 381 (1982), p. 343-364
[Kel86] B.H.J. Kellar
Proceedings of the Int. Symp. to Three-Body Forces in the Three-Nucleon System
Washington DC, 1986, eds. B.L. Berman and B.F. Gibson
Lecture Notes in Physics 260 (1986), p. 7


[Coo93] S.A. Coon and M.T. Peña
Momentum and coordinate space three-nucleon potentials
Phys. Rev. C48(6) (1993), p. 2559-2575
[Coo79] S.A. Coon, M.D. Scadron, P.C. MacNamee, B.R. Barrett, D.W.E. Blatt and B.H.J. McKellar
The two-pion-exchange three-nucleon potential and nuclear matter
Nucl. Phys. A 317(1) (1979), p. 242-278  [INSPEC]



[Kov99] K. Kovacevic and M. Zadro
Two-dimensional position sensitive silicon photodiode as a charged particle detector
Nucl. Instr. and Meth. A 423(1) (1999), p. 103-107
[Men97] M. Menzel
Weiterentwicklung des Detektorsystems für Aufbruchexperimente
Diplomarbeit, Institut für Kernphysik der Universität zu Köln (1997)
[Syd93] L. Sydow, S. Vohl, S. Lemaître, P. Nießen, K.R. Nyga, R. Reckenfelderbäumer, G. Rauprich and H. Paetz gen. Schieck
Optimized polarimetry for polarization-transfer experiments with protons and deuterons
Nucl. Instr. and Meth. A 327 (1993), p. 441-455
[Fin87] E. Finckh, K. Geissdörfer, R. Lin ans S. Schindler and J. Strate
Method for data analysis of three particle experiments by Monte Carlo simulation
Nucl. Instr. and Meth. A 262 (1987), p. 441-443
[Mor87] W. Morawek, U. Gollerthan, W. Schwab and K.H. Schmidt
Correlation technique with a new two-dimensional position sensitive detector
Nucl. Instr. and Meth. A 258 (1987), p. 82-86
[Blo84] C. Blondiaux, M. Valladon, L. Quilia, G. Robaye, G. Weber and J.L Debrun
Study of the growth of carbon on targets during ion bombardement
Nucl. Instr. and Meth. A 227 (1984), p. 19-23
[Bec78] V. Bechthold, L. Friedrich, P. Ziegler, R. Aniol, G. Latzl and H. Paetz gen. Schieck
The Lamb-shift polarized ion source at the FN tandem van de Graaff accelerator of the University of Cologne
Nucl. Instr. and Meth. 150 (1978), p. 407-416
[Ohl73] G.G. Ohlsen and P.W. Keaton
Techniques for measurements of spin-½ and spin-1 polarization analyzing tensors
Nucl. Instr. and Meth. 109 (1973), p. 41-59
[Sch71] P. Schwandt, T.B. Clegg and W. Haeberli
Polarization measurements and phase shifts for p-4He scattering between 3 and 18 MeV
Nucl. Phys. A 163 (1971), p. 432-448

Deuteron breakup

Grp. Prof. Paetz gen. Schieck (Cologne, Germany)

[Prz99] M. Przyborowski, M. Eggert, R. Engels, M. Menzel, L. Sydow, H. Paetz gen. Schieck, H. Witala, J. Golak, J. Kuros and W. Glöckle
np final-state interaction in the reaction 2H(p, pp)n at Ep = 19 MeV
Phys. Rev. C 60(6) (1999), 064004
[Prz98] M. Przyborowski
Die np-Endzustandswechselwirkung (FSI) in der Reaktion 2H(p, pp)n bei Ep = 19 MeV
Dissertation, Institut für Kernphysik der Universität zu Köln (1998)
[Gro96] R. Großmann, G. Nitzsche, H. Patberg, L. Sydow, S. Vohl, H. Paetz gen. Schieck, J. Golak, H. Witala, W. Glöckle, D. Hüber
Low energy proton-deuteron versus neutron-deuteron breakup in four configurations: implications for Coulomb-force effects
Nucl. Phys. A 603 (1996), p. 161-175
[Pat96] H. Patberg, R. Großmann, G. Nitzsche, S. Vohl, H. Paetz gen. Schieck, J. Golak, H. Witala, W. Glöckle and D. Hüber
Deuteron breakup reaction 2H(p, pp)n induced by polarized protons at Ep = 19.0 MeV
Phys. Rev. C 53 (1996), p. 1497-1505
[Pat95] H. Patberg
Untersuchung der Aufbruchsreaktion 2H(p, pp)n mit polarisierten Protonen bei Ep = 19 MeV
Dissertation, Institut für Kernphysik der Universität zu Köln (1995)
[Nit94] G. Nitzsche
Messung des differentiellen Wirkungsquerschnitts der Reaktion D(p,pp)n bei Ep = 10.5 MeV in den Konfigurationen der quasifreien Streuung und des Raumsterns
Diplomarbeit, Institut für Kernphysik der Universität zu Köln (1994)
[Gro93] R. Großmann
Messung des Wirkungsquerschnitts für D(p,pp)n bei 10.5 MeV in Kollinearität und Endzustandswechselwirkung
Diplomarbeit, Institut für Kernphysik der Universität zu Köln (1993)
[Rau91b] G. Rauprich, S. Lemaître, P. Nießen, K.R. Nyga, R. Reckenfelderbäumer, L. Sydow, H. Paetz gen. Schieck, H. Witala and W. Glöckle
Study of the kinematically complete breakup reaction 2H(p, pp)n at Ep = 13.0 MeV with polarized protons
Nucl. Phys. A 535(1991), p. 313-330
[Rau91a] G. Rauprich
Untersuchung der Reaktion D(p, pp)n bei Ep = 13.0 MeV für die ausgezeichneten kinematischen Konfigurationen Raumstern, Quasifreie Streuung, Endzustandswechselwirkung und Kollinearität
Dissertation, Institut für Kernphysik der Universität zu Köln (1991)
[Kar85] M. Karus, M. Buballa, J. Helten, B. Laumann, R. Melzer, P. Nießen, H. Oswald, G. Rauprich, J. Schulte-Uebbing, and H. Paetz gen. Schieck
Test of advanced Faddeev calculations and search for three-body force effects in the reaction 2H(p, pp)n at Ep = 14.1 MeV
Phys. Rev. C 31(4) (1985), p. 1112-1117
[Kar83] M. Karus
Untersuchung der Kollinearität und Endzustandswechselwirkung in der Reaktion 2H(p, pp)n bei Ep = 14.1 MeV
Diplomarbeit, Institut für Kernphysik der Universität zu Köln (1983)
[Hel80] H.-J. Helten
Untersuchung der Quasifreien Streuung in der Reaktion 2H(p,2p)n bei Ep = 14.1 MeV
Dissertation, Institut für Kernphysik der Universität zu Köln (1980)
[Kle73] H. Klein, H. Eichner, H.J. Helten, H. Kreutzer, K. Prescher, H. Stehle and W.W. Wohlfarth
The break-up reaction p0 + d -> p1 + p2 + n at E0 = 16 MeV
Nucl. Phys. A 199 (1973), p. 169-185
[Kle72] H. Klein
Endzustandswechselwirkung und quasifreie Streuung bei der Reaktion p0 + d -> p1 + p2 + n mit Ep = 16 MeV
Dissertation, Institut für Kernphysik der Universität zu Köln (1972)

Other Groups

[Tro99] D.E. González Trotter, F. Salinas, Q. Chen, A.S. Crowell, W. Glöckle, C.R. Howell, C.D. Roper, D. Schmidt, I. Slaus, H. Tang, W. Tornow, R.L. Walter, H. Witala, Z. Zhou
A Calibrated Determination of the 1S0 Neutron-Neutron Scattering Length using Neutron-Deuteron Breakup
[How98] C.R. Howell, H.R. Setze, W. Tornow, R.T. Braun, W.Glöckle, A.H. Hussein, J.M. Lambert, G. Mertens, C.D. Roper, F. Salinas, I. Slaus, D.E. González Trotter, B. Vlahovic, R.L. Walter and H. Witala
Implication of the space star anomaly in nd breakup
Nucl. Phys. A 631(1-4) (1998), p. 692-696
[Bod98] K. Bodek, W.Glöckle, J. Golak, L. Jarczyk, St. Kistryn, B. Kozlowska, J. Lang, A. Micherdzinska, O. Naviliat-Cuncic, J. Smyrski, M. Sokolowski, J. Sromicki, A. Strzalkowski, H. Witala, J. Zejma and W. Zipper
Proton induced deuteron breakup reaction at 65 MeV: unspecific configurations
Nucl. Phys. A 631(1-4) (1998), p. 687-691
[All96] M. Allet, K. Bodek, W. Hajdas, J. Lang, R. Müller, S. Navert, O. Naviliat-Cuncic, J. Sromicki, J. Zejma, L. Jarczyk, St. Kistryn, J.Smyrski, A. Strzalkowski, H. Witala, W. Glöckle, J. Golak, D. Hüber and H. Kamada
Proton-Induced Deuteron Breakup at Ep lab = 65 MeV in Quasi-Free Scattering Configurations
Few-Body Systems 20 (1996), p. 27-40
[Geo96] E.A. George, J. Frandy, M.K. Smith, Y. Zhou, L.D. Knutson, J. Golak, H. Witala, W. Glöckle and D. Hüber
Measurement of the longitudinal analyzing power for noncoplanar p-d breakup
Phys. Rev. C 54(4) (1996), p. 1523-1530
[Wit95] H. Witala, J. Golak, W. Glöckle, D. Hüber, H. Kamada, W. Tornow, E.J. Stephenson and D.A. Low
Tensor analyzing power Ayy for dp breakup in the symmetric constant relative energy configuration
Phys. Rev. C 52(6) (1995), p. 2906-2913
[Geb93] K. Gebhardt, W. Jäger, C. Jeitner, M. Vitz, E. Finckh, T.N. Frank, T. Januschke, W. Sandhas and H. Haberzettl
Experimental and theoretical investigation of the 2H(n, nnp)-reaction and of the neutron-neutron scattering length
Nucl. Phys. A 561 (1993), p. 232-250
[Low91] D.A. Low, E.J. Stephenson, C. Olmer, A.K. Opper, B.K. Park, P. Schwandt and S.W. Wissink
Measurement of the Ayy tensor analyzing power for the 1H(d, pp)n reaction in the symmetric constant relative energy geometry
Phys. Rev. C 44(6) (1991), p. 2276-2286
[Ste89] M. Stephan, K. Bodek, J. Krug, W. Lübcke, S. Obermanns, H. Rühl, M. Steinke, D. Kamke, H. Witala, T. Cornelius and W. Glöckle
Neutron-induced deuteron breakup cross section at 10.3 MeV
Phys. Rev. C 39(6) (1989), p. 2133-2137
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