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(1996)We have measured the absolute $\rm\sp2H(\gamma,p)n$ angular distribution using the Illinois LASA detector at the Saskatchewan Accelerator Laboratory's tagged photon facility. Using 40 to 90 MeV photons, we aimed to measure ...
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(1993)The neutron crosssection processing code NJOY has been modified to calculate total displacements kerma crosssections for silicon, gallium, arsenic and gallium arsenide. The modified NJOY is also used to calculate the ...
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(1990)We study the effects of the nuclear equation of state (EOS) on intermediate energy heavyion collisions using classical microscopic models. The role of the EOS on the disassembly of expanding, hot nuclear matter, as well ...
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(1990)This experiment measured coincident neutronproton pairs from the photodisintegration of $\sp3$He. The bremsstrahlung photon beam was produced by a 100 MeV electron beam, supplied by the University of Illinois Nuclear ...
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(1991)Bremsstrahlung photons with endpoint energies from 55 to 100 MeV were used to photodisintegrate $\sp6$Li nuclei, and emitted neutron/proton pairs were observed in coincidence. Measurement of the energies and angles of the ...
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(1994)Elastic and quasielastic photon scattering from the deuteron were studied in the context of the polarizability of the neutron. We have measured the elastic and quasielastic cross sections for the scattering of tagged ...
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(1995)The Compton scattering cross section on the proton was measured at laboratory angles of 90$\sp\circ$ and 135$\sp\circ$, using 70100 MeV tagged photons, and simultaneously using 100150 MeV untagged photons, in order to ...
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(1991)We explore the equation of state of dense matter at densities up to nuclear matter density using the compressible liquid drop model. We consider two primary areas of application: the collapsing core of supernovae and the ...
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(1989)In the limit of a large number of colors, quantum chromodynamics is thought to reduce to a theory in which mesons are the relevant degrees of freedom. Baryons emerge as topological solitons in such theories. Nucleon ...
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(1990)Elastic photon scattering cross sections were measured for $\sp4$He at 45 and 135 degrees. These measurements were performed at energies between 23 and 73 MeV using the University of Illinois tagged photon facility. The ...
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(1996)The cross section for the $p(e,e\sp\prime\pi\sp+)n,\ d(e,e\sp\prime\pi\sp+)2n$ and $\sp3He(e,e\sp\prime\pi\sp+)\sp3H$ reactions are calculated using a simple model with pion, nucleon and $\Delta$resonance degrees of freedom ...
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(1991)We attempt to study the ability of asymptotic giant branch stars to produce sprocess elements as a function of initial mass and metallicity. The normal methods of extracting information from spectroscopic observations of ...
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(1996)Recently, a realistic nucleonnucleon potential has been developed with the goal of accurately reproducing isospin symmetry breaking effects in the nuclear interaction. We briefly discuss the motivation for this potential, ...
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(1993)Here we report on a precise study of the ratio of elastic scattering cross sections of electrons and positrons from $\sp{12}$C and $\sp{208}$Pb, in an effort to observe and quantify deviations from the predictions of a ...
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(1992)We report here on progress toward utilization of the (e, e$\sp\prime\gamma$) reaction for the study of giant resonances. The reaction mechanism of this purely leptonic probe is known since it is governed by quantum ...
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