Forward and Backward Angles Deuteron Photodisintegration at Intermediate Energies
The 2H(γ,p)n cross section was measured for the first time simultaneously at θpc.m.=0°, 90° and 180°. The photon energies were 170 and 210 MeV. A quasi-monochromatic photon beam was used and the photon spectrum measured on-line by a pair spectrometer. The results confirm the consistency among all experimental data from monochromatic photon beams and indicate that the angular distributions are less isotropic than predicted by theory. Very likely this shortcoming can be cured by introducing relativistic corrections.
KeywordsAngular Distribution Differential Cross Section Photon Beam Relativistic Correction Photon Energy Range
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