The Interaction of Pions with Nuclei

  • Daniel S. Koltun
Part of the Advances in Nuclear Physics book series (ANP)

Abstract

This article is a survey of what has been learned, from experimental and theoretical studies, about the interaction of pions with nuclei. The subject traces its beginning almost to the discovery of the pion (π-meson) in 1947, since early pion experiments often involved nuclear targets in cloud chambers and emulsions. For discussions of the early studies of pions, we refer the reader to the books of Marshak (Mar 52) and of Bethe and de Hoffman (Bet 55) and the reviews of Gell-Mann and Watson (Gel 54) and Lindenbaum (Lin 57).

Keywords

Form Factor Angular Distribution Total Cross Section Elastic Scattering Differential Cross Section 
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