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A bibliography and summary of data for the (p,π) reaction : p + A → π + (A+1) Fearing, Harold W. Nov 30, 1980

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TRI UMFA BIBLIOGRAPHY AND SUMMARY OF DATA FOR THE ( p , t t ) REACTION: (  + A -* it + (A+l)Harold W. Fearing TRIUMFMESON FACILITY OF:UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIATRI-80-3TRIUMFA BIBLIOGRAPHY AND SUMMARY OF DATA FOR THE (p , t t ) REACTION: p + A -> it + (A+l)Harold W. Fearing*TRIUMF-■Supported in part by NSERC of CanadaPostal address:TRIUMFkOOk Wesbrook Mall Vancouver, B.C.Canada V6T 2A3 November 1980INTRODUCTIONThe exclusive pion production process on nuclei, p + A -*■ (A+l) + ir, has generated a lot of interest over the past few years and equally resulted in a large number of papers, both theoretical and experimental. In the course of preparing a review article1 on this subject it was necessary to compile an extensive bibliography of these papers. This bibliography contained a number of papers not referenced, and covered some areas not eventually included, in the review. Each entry also contained additional information, notably the title of the paper, which again could not be included in the review. For these reasons, and in view of the great interest in this field, it appeared useful to make the entire bibliography available separately as a laboratory report.The list of references here thus contains all papers referred to in the review plus all those known to the author as of September, 1980 in the following areas. On the experimental side, all papers dealing with the reaction AB I LOOGARP in the medium energy region (Ep 5 800 MeV) are included with the exception of some very early ones, mainly dealing with pp -> ird, which are represented by later data surveys. The re­versed reactions A+l(ir,p)A are included equally, except that reactions with stopped pions have been excluded. Theoretical papers dealing with (p,ir) reactions in all of the various models have been included for A > 2, as have papers dealing with various related topics, eg. the question of the pion-nucleon vertex function. The specific reactions pp -*■ ird and NN -* NNir were not covered in the review and hence theoretical papers on these reactions are represented rather sketchily in the bibliography. It was intended however that most of the very recent articles (and a few older ones) be included so that the interested reader can trace for himself the earlier papers.The references are listed alphabetically and chronologically by the first two letters of the first author's name plus the date of publication. A simplified subject index has been included, to provide at least some classification into subject areas.Finally included at the end is a table, taken from the review, 1 listing target nuclei, energy, and angular range for all (p,ir) and (ir,p) data available, and indica­ting the appropriate reference from the bibliography.The author would appreciate being informed of errors and omissions and of papers in the field published subsequent to September 1980, as it may be possible to provide an addendum to this listing at some time in the future.Harold W. Fearing in Progress in Partiole and Nuclear Physics, ed. by D. Wilkinson (to be published)-  2 -[ Ab80 ][Ae76 ] [A171 ][A176 ][A178 ][A179 ] [Am72 ][Am74 ][Am77 ] [Am78 ]R. Abegg, D. K. Hasell, W. T. H. van Oers, J. M. Cameron, L. G. Greeniaus, D. A. Hutcheon, C. A. Miller, G. A.Moss, R- P. Liljestrand, H. Wilson, A. W. Stetz, M. B.Epstein, and D. J. Margaziotis, Fifth Int. 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Helland, and B. L. Schrock, Nucl. Fhys. E33, 253 (1971)** Isospin Invariance in the Reaction n + p — > d + pi«B. R. Wienke, Progress of Theor. Phys. 49, 1220 (1973)** Field Theoretic Description of (pi+ ,p) and (F*pi+) Reactions in NucleiC. Wilkin, J. Phys. G 6 , 69 (1980)** Deuteron Stripping Reactions at Intermediate EnergiesR. M. Woloshyn, Nucl. Phys. A336, 499 (1980)* *  PCAC and the Non— Relativistic Pion-Nucleon VertexT. Yao, Phys. Rev. 134, B454 (1964)** Model for the Interaction p + p — > d + pi+ in the GeV RegionS. K. Young and W. R. Gibbs, Phys. Rev. C 17, 837 (1978) ** Effect of Ficn Distortion on the Asymmetry in (p,pi+) Reactions on Light Nuclei-  28 -  DATA SUMMARYThe following table summarizes the various (p,ir) and (rc,p) experi­mental data available and shows the approximate energy and angular range covered by each experiment. Detailed balance and isospin have been used to test all reactions such as (ir,p) under the appropriate (p,ir+ ) or (p,ir“ ) heading.-  29 -REACTION 9B e (p ,u * )10Be10B(p,TT+) [ I11B (p ,ir+ ) n7I  11C(p,TT+ ) 12C1 ^  ( P , TT-*- ) 13c13C (p,ir+ ) 1**C11+N(p,Tr+ ) 15N 150 (p , ir+) 160 160 (p ,ir+ ) 170APPROXIMATERANGE OFEpLAB (MeV) e^cm REFERENCES185 15 -  135 Da71,Da73a200 35 -  130 Au78,Ma80a225,250 45 -  135 Au80b410,605 5 - 7 0  D i80a , Br79800 10 -  40 Ho79c, Ho79d, Ho80a145 -  200 0 -  155 P i7 9 ,P i7 8 ,S c80154 35 -  125 Be80a154 16 -  55 Le74,Le75163 -  186 15 -  135 Ho77,Ho79a185 15 -  135 Da74a200 25 So80a320 -  605 5 -  60 D i80a , Br79200 25 SoSOa185,205 30 -  120 Do80230.330 10 -  120 An79,Ho80a,An80188 30 -  120 Am78156 -  200 25 -  155 Be80a,So80b183 35 -  115 Do80185 15 -  135 Da71,Da73b200 35 -  135 Au78,Ma80a200 25 -  155 Ho80b200 45 Au80b, Lo80200 25 So80a245.330 10 -  120 An79,Ho80a,An80600 0 Do70b800 15 -  30 Ho80a154 16 -  43 Le75185 15 -  135 Da73c,Da73d200 25 So80a200 25 -  155 Ho80b600 0 Do70b154 15 -  33 Le75600 0 Do70b203 30 Do80205 30 -  120 Ba77a,Ba761 5 4 - 1 7 4  2 5 - 1 5 5  P i7 8 ,S j80 b ,S c80185 15 -  135 Da73c, Da74b800 15 -  30 Ho80a-  30 -REACTION2H(p,TT+) 3H3H e (p ,  ir+ ) **He**He(p, 11] s 5He 5L i ( p , i r + ) ^ L i (p , i f + ) 7L iEp1^ ® (MeV)APPROXIMATE RANGE OFQ cm IT REFERENCES325 -  675 5 -  175 W i71332 -  1000 0 - 9 0 Ri70305 -  425 60 -  150 Jo78a, Wa79,308 -  643 0 -  180 Ba70367 -  407 17 -  90 Pr78382 20 -  160 Ax76398 -  572 0 -  180 Ae76425 10 -  90 Do70a462 -  790 25 -  140 A171470 -  590 0 - 9 0 Hu80515, 578 20 -  160 Ap80800 16 -  90 Na79282 -  641 20 -  150 Ka78,Ka80b305 -  400 60 -  150 Ma80a, Jo79,325 0,150-180 Ch64340 30 -  150 Fr54377,462,576 70 -  125 Ca78,Fr74a400 -  470 135 -  170 Au80a400 -  580 110 -  180 Gr80b, Fr80410,605,809 10 -  90 As77450 135 -  145 Cr60470,590 40 -  160 Pe73,Do73470,500 10 -  160 Ab80560 -  750 130 Bo63591 40 -  130 Ha 60600 0 Ga72760 -  1200 20 -  180 Ba73b800 10 -  90 Se78200 25 -  85 Be80b230 -  550 20 -  150 Ka78,Ka80b415,716 10 -  100 Ta76600 0 Ga72600 0 Ga72255,375 20 -  120 Ka80a, Ka79175 25 -  85 Be80b245,360 20 -  120 Ka80a, Ka79600 6 - 4 0 Ba77b, Br79-  31 -REACTION25Mg(p,ir+ ) 26Mg 26Mg(p,ir+ ) 27Mg 28S i (p ,  if4") 29Si*■ 8Ca (p , ir+) ** ^Ca90Z r (p ,  ir+ ) 91z r  208Pb (p ,  ir+ ) 209Pb9Be(p,ir“ ) 10C12C(p,ir“ ) 130 13C(p,ir“ ) 11+026M g (p , iT )27SiAPPROXIMATERANGE OF;pLAB (MeV) O^cm REFERENCES154 15 -  48 Le75180 40 -  130 Ho78a149 -  160 10 -  150 Be80a ,S j80b ,Sc80154 15 Le75185 15 -  135 Da73c, Da74b140 -  200 25 -  155 P i7 9 ,P i7 8 ,S c80147 60 -  150 Be80a149 -  154 16 -  55 Le75 ,Le76a163,173,185 15 -  135 Ho77,Ho79a185 15 -  135 Da73c,Da74b800 15 -  30 Ho80a144 -  160 25 -  155 P i78 ,Be78 ,Sc80180 30 -  120 Ho77,Ho78b149 90 Ba80b160 25 -  155 Be78,Sc80180 30 -  120 Ho77,Ho78b185 15 -  135 Da73a200 25 -  155 S j80a225,250 45 -  135 Au80b,Lo80600 0 Ro72613 5 - 3 0  Co78,Br79800 10 -  30 Ho79c,Ho79d,Ho80a200 25 -  155 Ho80b613 6 - 4 0  Co78, Br79185 35 -  135 Da73c,Da73d200 2 5 - 1 5 5  Ho80b613 6 Co78, Br79160 25 Be80a,Be80b180 40 -  130 Ho77,Ho78a-  32  -SUBJ ECT  INDEXExperiment:pp -+ ird: Ae76, Al71, Ap80, Ax76, Ba70, Ch80c, Do70a, Ho80, Hu80, Ja80b,Jo78a, Kl80c, Ma80a, Na79, Pr76, Pr78, Ri70, Se78, Sp75, Wa79, We80, Wi70 NN -»• YYOON Ha80, Hu78, Th77pd -> tir: Ab80, As77, Au80a, Ba73b, Bo63, Ca78, Ch64, Cr60, Do73, Fr54,Fr74a, Fr80a, Ga72, Gr80b, Ha60, Is78, Jo79, Ka78, Ka80b, Ma80a, Pe73, Se78 pd -y ndir: Ho78c, Lo79A(p,ir)A+l , A>2Uppsala: Da71, Da73a, Da73b, Da73c, Da73d, Da74a, Da74b, Ho78a, Ho78b,Ho79a, Ho79bIndiana: Be78, Be79, Be80a, Be80b, Ho77, Ho80b, Ja80a, Ma79a, Ma79b,Ha79c, Pi78, Pi79, Sc80, Sj80a, Sj80b, So80a, So80bTRIUMF: Au78, Au80b, Jo78a, Jo78b, Jo79, Lo80, Ma80aSaclay/Orsay: Ba80, Ba76a, Ba77a, Ba77b, Bo79, Br79, Co78, Di80a, Le74,Le75, Le76a, Le76b, Ta76 LAMPF: Am74, Am78, An79, An80, Do80, Ho79c, Ho79d, Ho80a, Ka78, Ka79a,Ka80a, Ka80b, Ka80c Misc.: Do70b, Ga72, He58, I n 71, Ro72Analyzing Powers: Ab80, Ae76, A 171, Ap80, Au78, Au80a, Au80b, Be80a, Do70a,He58, Jo78b, Jo79, Lo80, Ma80a, Na79, Sj80aTheory:pp ird: Al 78, Br77b, Ch80a, Ch80b, Gi80b, Go74, Go75, Gr76a, Gr76b,Gr79b, Ha79, Ka79b, Ka79c, Ka79d, Ka80d, Ka80e, Ka80f, Ka80g, Ke79a, La70, Ma55, Ma80b, Ma80c, Ma80d, Mi 77, Ni 77, Ni78a, Ni78b, N i 79, Ni 80, Ri 76, Ri 77, Ri 80, Sc68, Sh80, Sp75, We78b, Ya6ANN -y NNtt: Av79, Ba71, Be80d, Bo74b, Bo76, Dr70, Du80, Gr78, K178, Kl80a,K180b, Mi 77, Mi 80, Si 80, Th79, Um80, Ve79, We77 pd -y tir: Bh73, Bh76, Bh77b, B15^, F&71*, Fe75a, Fe75b, Fe77, Fr80b, Gr79a,Gr79b, Hi77, Ja78, Pa68, Ru52A(p,ir)A+lBorn Approximation and DWBA Single Nucleon Models: Am72, Di7 8b, Ei73a,E i 73b, Ho7i*, Ho79a, Jo70, Ke73, Ke79b, Ki 75, Ku77a, Ku77b, Ku79, Le66, Le76c, Mi7lia, Mi7Ab, No76a, Re75, Re80, Ro73, Ts79a, Ts79b, Wh80Other Single Nucleon and Related Models: Bh73, Bh77a, Bh77b, Di73a, D i 73 b,01743, Gi 77a, G i 80a, Gr79a, Gr79c, Lo74 irNN Vertex Function: Ba69, Bo74a, Bo76, Bo77, Ch68, Di74b, D i 79, Du77,Ei75, Ep78, Fr74b, Fr77, Gr80a, He78, Ho75, Le76c, Mi 79, No76b, No79a, Y D SUL Nu77a, Nu77b, Sh79, W08OWave Function Orthogonality: Am77, Ce79b, E i 79, No78a, No78bRelativistic Models and Effects: Ar79a, Ar79b, Br77a, Br78, Ce79a, Fr77,He78, Mi74c, Mi76a, Mi76b, M i 7 8, No79a, No79b, W i 73 Two Nucleon Microscopic Models: Di76a, Di77a, Gr74, K0 6 6, Re71 Impulse Approximation and DWIA Models: A 176, Ba73a, B154, Di80a, Fe74, Fe75a, Fe75b, Fe77, He52, In71, Lo74, Re72, Ru52 Other Phenomenological Two Nucleon and Related Models: Ba73a, Ch73, Co79,0i73a, Di73b, Di74a, Di80a, Gi 79, Gi80a, Gr79a, Gr79c, Hi7 8 ,Ki 80a, Ki 80b, Re72 Analyzing Powers: Ku79, No75, No76c, We78a, We79, Vo78Misc.: Ba76b, Em76, K i 76Relation of (p,ir) to (p,y) and (p,d) Reactions: Am78, Bo79, B08O, Ei73c, Fe80,Ja80a, Ka79e, Wi80 (p,n-rr) Reactions: Du78, Gr80a, Sh79Reviews and General Talks: As76, Be79, Be80a, Bh77b, Di76c, Di80b, Gi77b, Ho77, Ho79b,Ho80a, Jo78a, Jo78b, Jo79, Ko79a, Ko79b, Lo73, Me80, Ni80, No76a Misc.: Al79, B177, Di76d, Di77b, La72, La79-  33  -BP 80-796

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