Title

Measurements of the reactions [Formula Presented] and [Formula Presented]

Authors

C. Athanassopoulos, Temple University
L. B. Auerbach, Temple University
R. L. Burman, Los Alamos National Laboratory
I. Cohen, Linfield College
D. O. Caldwell, University of California, Santa Barbara
B. D. Dieterle, The University of New Mexico
J. B. Donahue, Los Alamos National Laboratory
A. M. Eisner, University of California Intercampus Institute for Research at Particle Accelerators
A. Fazely, Southern University and A&M College
F. J. Federspiel, Los Alamos National Laboratory
G. T. Garvey, Los Alamos National Laboratory
M. Gray, University of California, Santa Barbara
R. M. Gunasingha, Louisiana State University
R. Imlay, Louisiana State University
K. Johnston, Louisiana Tech University
H. J. Kim, Louisiana State University
W. C. Louis, Los Alamos National Laboratory
R. Majkic, Temple University
J. Margulies, Temple University
K. McIlhany, University of California, Riverside
W. Metcalf, Louisiana State University
G. B. Mills, Los Alamos National Laboratory
R. A. Reeder, The University of New Mexico
V. Sandberg, Los Alamos National Laboratory
D. Smith, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott
I. Stancu, University of California, Riverside
W. Strossman, University of California, Riverside
R. Tayloe, Los Alamos National Laboratory
G. J. VanDalen, University of California, Riverside
W. Vernon, University of California, San Diego
N. Wadia, Louisiana State University
J. Waltz, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott
Y. X. Wang, University of California Intercampus Institute for Research at Particle Accelerators

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1-1-1997

Abstract

Charged current reactions of [Formula Presented] on [Formula Presented]C have been studied using a [Formula Presented] decay-at-rest [Formula Presented] beam from the Los Alamos Meson Physics Facility. More than 500 events from the exclusive reaction [Formula Presented] were measured in a large Liquid Scintillator Neutrino Detector (LSND). The observed energy dependence of the cross section and the angular distribution of the outgoing electron agree well with theoretical expectations. Measurements are also presented for inclusive transitions to [Formula Presented] excited states, [Formula Presented] and compared with theoretical expectations. Results are consistent with a recent continuum random phase approximation (CRPA) calculation. © 1997 The American Physical Society.

Publication Source (Journal or Book title)

Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics

First Page

2078

Last Page

2091

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