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Three-nucleon interaction dynamics studied via the deuteron-proton breakup . Elżbieta Stephan Institute of Physics, University of Silesia. Studies of the 1 H( d,pp )n Breakup. University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland. PhD theses : A. Micherdzińska , A. Biegun.

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Three nucleon interaction dynamics studied via the deuteron proton breakup

Three-nucleon interaction dynamics studied via the deuteron-proton breakup

Elżbieta Stephan

Institute of Physics, University of Silesia


Studies of the 1 h d pp n breakup

Studies ofthe1H(d,pp)nBreakup

University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland

PhDtheses: A. Micherdzińska, A. Biegun

Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland

PhDtheses: R.Sworst, I. Ciepał

KVI, Groningen, TheNetherlands

Institute of NuclearPhysics PAN, Kraków, Poland

ForschungszentrumJuelich, Germany

Elżbieta Stephan, University of Silesia, MESON 2010


1 h d pp n measurement at 130 mev motivation

1H(d,pp)n Measurement at 130 MeVMotivation

  • Faddeev framework provides exact treatment for the 3N system

  • Various approaches to construct the interaction (2N and 3N):

    • Realistic potentials + phenomenological 3NF models

    • Chiral Perturbation Theory

    • Coupled-Channels formalism with explicit Δ

Elżbieta Stephan, University of Silesia, MESON 2010


1 h d pp n measurement at 130 mev motivation1

1H(d,pp)n Measurement at 130 MeVMotivation

  • Three-nucleon system is the simplest non-trivial environment to test predictions of the NN and 3N potential models

  • Elastic scattering data demonstrate both success and problems of modern calculations

  • Very few breakup data at medium energies (earlier PSI experiments provided only 14 kinematical configurations)

  • In order to reach meaningfulconclusions about the interaction models needed experimental coverage of large phase space regions

Elżbieta Stephan, University of Silesia, MESON 2010


1 h d pp n measurements at 130 and 100 mev detection systems at kvi

1H(d,pp)n Measurementsat 130 and 100 MeVDetection systems at KVI

SALAD

BINA

  • Wall - verysimilar to SALAD

  • Ball - system of phoswitchdetectors

  • angularacceptance: nearly 4π

  • 140 ΔE-E telescopes

  • 3 plane MWPC

  • angularacceptance:

  • θ= (12º, 38º), φ = (0º, 360º)

Elżbieta Stephan, University of Silesia, MESON 2010


1 h d pp n measurement at 130 mev cross section results summary

1H(d,pp)n Measurement at 130 MeVCross Section Results – Summary

  • Nearly 1800 cross section data points

    • θ1, θ2 = 15o – 30o; grid5o ; Δθ = ±1o

    • an additional set forθ1, θ2 = 13o

    • φ12 = 40o – 180o; grid 10o-20o ; Δφ = ±5o

    • S [MeV] = 40 – 160; grid 4; ΔS = ±2

    • Statistical accuracy 0.01 – 0.05

    • Data very clean – accidentals below 2%

    • Systematic errors – 3% – 5%

  • Global comparisons with theory (χ2 testfor all points,χ2 = f(φ12), χ2 = f(Erel), tests of normalization)

Elżbieta Stephan, University of Silesia, MESON 2010


1 h d pp n measurement at 130 mev cross section results example

1H(d,pp)n Measurement at 130 MeVCross Section Results – Example

Coupled channels calculations

CD Bonn (modif.) + Δ

EFT/ChPT calculations

NNLO – 2N only

NNLO – 2N + 3 N

Faddeev calculations

Realistic NN potentials:(CD Bonn, NijmI, NijmII, Av18)

3NF model: TM99, UIX

Elżbieta Stephan, University of Silesia, MESON 2010


1 h d pp n measurement at 130 mev

1H(d,pp)n Measurement at 130 MeV

Cross Section Results – Exploring Phase Space

Relative χ2 as a fun-ction of the relative azimuthal angle φ12 between the two proton trajectories

For large Erel3NF’s improve description of the data when combined with the NN potentials

In general:

Including 3NF’s reduces global χ2 by about 30%

[Phys. Rev. C 72 (2005) 044006]

Elżbieta Stephan, University of Silesia, MESON 2010


1 h d pp n measurement at 130 mev cross section results discrepancies

1H(d,pp)n Measurement at 130 MeVCross Section Results – Discrepancies

Elżbieta Stephan, University of Silesia, MESON 2010


1 h d pp n measurement at 130 mev cross section results discrepancies cured

1H(d,pp)n Measurement at 130 MeVCross Section Results – Discrepancies Cured

Coupled Channel

calculations

Coupled Channel

calculations with

Coulomb effects

Predictions with Coulomb reproduce data much better !

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1 h d pp n measurement at 130 mev discrepancies at low e rel cured

1H(d,pp)n Measurement at 130 MeV Discrepancies at low Erel cured

Coupled Channel

calculations

Elżbieta Stephan, University of Silesia, MESON 2010


1 h d pp n measurement at 130 mev coulomb effects dedicated experiment

[email protected]

Ed = 130 MeV

Very forward-angle region

θ = 5º - 15º

1H(d,pp)n Measurement at 130 MeVCoulomb effects – dedicated experiment

P R E L I M I N A R Y

Averaging important !

Comparison

● KVI ; ● FZJ

Elżbieta Stephan, University of Silesia, MESON 2010


1 h d pp n measurement at 130 mev v ector and tensor analyzing powers

1H(d,pp)n Measurement at 130 MeVVector and Tensor Analyzing Powers

  • A few times more additional data points (supplementing cross sections)

  • Potentially stronger sensitivity to small ingredients(sums of interfering amplitudes)

  • Small Coulomb effects - it can be easier to trace 3NF

Elżbieta Stephan, University of Silesia, MESON 2010


1 h d pp n measurement at 130 mev analyzing power results summary

1H(d,pp)n Measurement at 130 MeVAnalyzing Power Results – Summary

  • Vector (Ax, Ay) and tensor analyzingpowers (Axx, Ayy, Axy) determinedinthelarge part of thephasespace

  • Nearly 800 data points per observable

    • θ1, θ2 = 15o – 30o; grid 5o ; Δθ =±2o

    • φ12 = 40o – 180o; grid 20o ; Δφ =±10o

    • S [MeV] = 40 – 160; grid 4; ΔS = ±4

    • Statisticalaccuracy 0.01 – 0.05

    • Systematicerrors – analysis under way

  • Global comparisonswiththeory (χ2 test)

Elżbieta Stephan, University of Silesia, MESON 2010


1 h d pp n measurement at 130 mev vector analyzing power results

1H(d,pp)n Measurement at 130 MeVVector Analyzing Power Results

Elżbieta Stephan, University of Silesia, MESON 2010


1 h d pp n measurement at 130 mev tensor analyzing power results

1H(d,pp)n Measurement at 130 MeVTensor Analyzing Power Results

Problem with TM99!

Elżbieta Stephan, University of Silesia, MESON 2010


1 h d pp n measurement at 130 mev tensor analyzing power results1

1H(d,pp)n Measurement at 130 MeVTensor Analyzing Power Results

problem atlowenergies of relativemotion of pppair

Elżbieta Stephan, University of Silesia, MESON 2010


Tensor analyzing power results configurations with predicted strong 3nf effects

Tensor Analyzing Power Resultsconfigurationswithpredictedstrong 3NF effects

100 MeV

Elżbieta Stephan, University of Silesia, MESON 2010


Measurements of 2 h p pp n with bina cross sections

θ1=28º, θ2=24º

Measurements of 2H(p,pp)n with BINA Cross sections

Ep = 135 MeV

 = 14º - 30º

Relativistic

effects !

M. Eslami-Kalantari et al.


Measurements of 2 h p pp n with bina vector proton analyzing powers

P

P

Measurements of 2H(p,pp)n with BINA Vector (proton) analyzingpowers

190 MeV, H. Mardanpour et al.

135 MeV, M. Eslami-Kalantari et al.

Elżbieta Stephan, University of Silesia, MESON 2010


Investigations of 3n con tinuum summary

Investigations of 3N continuumSummary

  • Rich set of high precision cross sections and analyzing powers data:

    • Data atEd = 130 MeV(SALAD) supplemented with results for forward proton angles ([email protected])

    • Complete set for Ed = 100 MeV (BINA)

    • Measurements for pd systems at190 and 135 MeV (BINA)

  • Developments in theoretical calculations for 3N system

    • 3N force, Coulomb interaction, relativistic effects, higher order in ChPT…

Elżbieta Stephan, University of Silesia, MESON 2010


Conclusions

Conclusions:

  • Significant3NF effectsobservedindpbreakup cross sectionat130 MeV

  • For thisobservable, foundlargeinfluence of Coulomb force, especiallyatlow energy of relativemotionof twoprotons

  • Vector (deuteron) analyzingpowersat130 and 100 MeVrevealverylowsensitivity to 3NF and Coulomb interaction

  • Tensor analyzingpowers:

    • at130MeVsensitiveto 3NF, but...currentmodels of 3NF do not provideprecisedescriptionof Axy –problemswith spin

      part of 3NF?

    • at100MeV much less sensitive to 3NF

  • Relativisticeffectsconfirmedinpdbreakup cross sectionat190 and 135 MeV

  • Strong3NF effectspredictedinpdbreakupvectoranalyzingpowersat190 and 135 MeV - not confirmed by the data

Elżbieta Stephan, University of Silesia, MESON 2010


Thank you for your attention

Thank you for your attention!

Elżbieta Stephan, University of Silesia, MESON 2010


Kinema tics of b reakup reaction

Kinematics of breakupreaction

  • Threenukleonsinfinal state - 9variables

  • Conservation of energy and momentum– 4 equations

  • Five independent kinematicalvariables

    • Exclusiveexperiment– measurement of ≥ 5parameters

    • Inclusive experiment– measurement of≤ 4 parameters

Arc-lengthS

1H(d,pp)n

protons:

θ1,φ1,E1

θ2,φ2,E2

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Three nucleon interaction dynamics studied via the deuteron proton breakup

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