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, Volume 17, Issue 4, pp 337–352 | Cite as

\(^3 \overrightarrow {He} \) (γ, π°)\(^3 \overrightarrow {He} \) as the nuclear probeas the nuclear probe

  • G Ramachandran
  • R S Keshavamurthy
  • K Venkatesh
Nuclear And Particle Physics
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Abstract

The state of polarization of the recoil nucleus inγ+3He→π°+3He as well as the asymmetry in the differential cross-section when the initial3He is polarized are studied together with the differential cross-section taking into consideration theS, S′ andD-state admixtures in the nuclear wavefunctions. In view of the considerable spin dependence in the photoproduction amplitudes these observables are found to be quite sensitive to the small admixtures ofS′ andD-states in the nuclear wave-functions.

Keywords

Differential cross section target asymmetry recoil nucleus polarization S, S′, D-state admixtures in 3He nuclear wavefunction nuclear structure multipole amplitudes 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • G Ramachandran
    • 1
  • R S Keshavamurthy
    • 1
  • K Venkatesh
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of PhysicsUniversity of MysoreMysoreIndia

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