The Few-Body Experimental Activity at the Saskatchewan Accelerator Laboratory
The experimental program at the Saskatchewan Accelerator Laboratory (SAL) has begun to coalesce around a systematic study of few-body physics. The first round of experiments using the new tagged photon facility has started. The planned tagged photon measurements in the few-body systems, because of the small cross sections and inherently low flux available when tagging, will also make extensive use of two 4π detectors. Analysis of the initial tagged photon experiments is underway, and earlier measurements performed with a c.w. bremsstrahlung beam are now in the final stages of analysis.
KeywordsLight Nucleus Duty Factor Final State Interaction Neutron Momentum Total Absorption Cross Section
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