Photoproduction of π0 Mesons at Helium and at Photon Energies of 160–240 MeV

  • A. S. Belousov
  • S. V. Rusakov
  • E. I. Tamm
  • L. S. Tatarinskaya
  • V. A. Tsarev
  • P. N. Shareiko
Part of the The Lebedev Physics Institute Series book series (LPIS, volume 54)

Abstract

Experimental values of the differential and total cross sections of elastic π0meson photo-production at helium were obtained in the photon-energy interval 160–240 MeV. The measured differential cross sections agree with the calculations based on the already developed theory of the relativistic momentum approximation in the bremsstrahlung energy range E γ ≤ 200 MeV. When corrections for the π0 meson interaction in the final state are introduced, one can obtain agreement with the available experimental data up to energies E γ ≤ 300 MeV. The experimental value of the amplitude ℱ 20 + of π meson photoproduction at nucleons was found for 〈r〉 He = 1.4 F.

Keywords

Form Factor Total Cross Section Differential Cross Section Emission Angle Decay Photon 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. S. Belousov
  • S. V. Rusakov
  • E. I. Tamm
  • L. S. Tatarinskaya
  • V. A. Tsarev
  • P. N. Shareiko

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