Polarization Studies of Few Nucleon Systems at Laboratory for High Energies of Joint Institute for Nuclear Research

  • E. A. Strokovsky
Conference paper
Part of the Few-Body Systems book series (FEWBODY, volume 8)


The LHE facilities and beams used for polarization studies of few nucleon systems are characterized. Recent results of experiments on deuteron breakup at 0° and elastic backward dp scattering with unpolarized target bring to the conclusion that the available data display new features which hardly could be interpreted within the conventional picture of the deuteron as a 2-nucleon system with nucleons being in relative S and D orbital states.

New opportunities for studies of few nucleon systems were opened with installation of the Movable Polarized Target in the LHE JINR.


Polarization Observable Deuteron Wave Function Nucleon System Conventional Picture Breakup Data 
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  • E. A. Strokovsky
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  1. 1.Laboratory for High EnergiesJINRDubna, Moscow regionRussia

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