TY - JOUR

T1 - Analyzing powers for proton inelastic scattering to unnatural-parity states in Ca40 and Si28

AU - Hosono, K.

AU - Matsuoka, N.

AU - Hatanaka, K.

AU - Saito, T.

AU - Noro, Tetsuo

AU - Kondo, M.

AU - Kato, S.

AU - Okada, K.

AU - Ogino, K.

AU - Kadota, Y.

PY - 1982/1/1

Y1 - 1982/1/1

N2 - Cross sections and analyzing powers in proton inelastic scattering leading to unnatural parity states of 2-, T=0 (6.025 and 6.75 MeV), 2-, T=1 (8.42 MeV) in Ca40 and 6-, T=0 (11.58 MeV) and 6-, T=1 (14.36 MeV) in Si28 were measured at 65 MeV. These states are pair states of different isospin with the same spin and parity. The analyzing powers for a pair of T=0 and T=1 excitations in Ca40 show an isospin dependence not observed in Si28. The measured angular distributions were compared with microscopic distorted-wave Born approximation calculations using two versions of the effective nucleon-nucleon interaction. As expected, the interaction emphasizing the tensor contribution predicts analyzing powers and cross sections in better agreement with the experimental data. As factors to produce a difference in the analyzing powers between the T=0 and the T=1 states, the effect of two transferred orbital angular momentum amplitudes allowed in a transition and the energy dependence of the isoscalar spin-dependent terms in the effective interaction are discussed. NUCLEAR REACTIONS Ca40(p→,p′)Ca40, Si28(p→,p′)Si28, Mg24(p→,p′)Mg24, E=65 MeV, unnatural parity states of Ex=6-15 MeV, measured σ(θ), analyzing power Ay(θ), resolution ∼35 keV, DWBA analysis.

AB - Cross sections and analyzing powers in proton inelastic scattering leading to unnatural parity states of 2-, T=0 (6.025 and 6.75 MeV), 2-, T=1 (8.42 MeV) in Ca40 and 6-, T=0 (11.58 MeV) and 6-, T=1 (14.36 MeV) in Si28 were measured at 65 MeV. These states are pair states of different isospin with the same spin and parity. The analyzing powers for a pair of T=0 and T=1 excitations in Ca40 show an isospin dependence not observed in Si28. The measured angular distributions were compared with microscopic distorted-wave Born approximation calculations using two versions of the effective nucleon-nucleon interaction. As expected, the interaction emphasizing the tensor contribution predicts analyzing powers and cross sections in better agreement with the experimental data. As factors to produce a difference in the analyzing powers between the T=0 and the T=1 states, the effect of two transferred orbital angular momentum amplitudes allowed in a transition and the energy dependence of the isoscalar spin-dependent terms in the effective interaction are discussed. NUCLEAR REACTIONS Ca40(p→,p′)Ca40, Si28(p→,p′)Si28, Mg24(p→,p′)Mg24, E=65 MeV, unnatural parity states of Ex=6-15 MeV, measured σ(θ), analyzing power Ay(θ), resolution ∼35 keV, DWBA analysis.

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U2 - 10.1103/PhysRevC.26.1440

DO - 10.1103/PhysRevC.26.1440

M3 - Article

AN - SCOPUS:4043090024

VL - 26

SP - 1440

EP - 1450

JO - Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics

JF - Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics

SN - 0556-2813

IS - 4

ER -