Sensitivity of experimental methods for the determination of nuclear-scattering lengths for charged particles
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The determination of nuclear scattering lengths for charged particles is investigated for different reaction processes with regard to the sensitivity of experimental information. The influence of nuclear-structure properties is discussed with respect to a comparison of neutron and proton scattering lengths.
PACS 25.40.CmElastic proton scattering
PACS 25.40.LwRadiative capture
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