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The first experimental results for coherent $\pi^0$-electroproduction on the deuteron, $e+d\to e+d +\pi^0$, at large momentum transfer, are reported. The experiment was performed at Jefferson Laboratory at an incident electron energy of 4.05 GeV. A large pion production yield has been observed in a kinematical region for 1.1$
We study the impact of flavour in thermal leptogenesis, including the quantum oscillations of the asymmetries in lepton flavour space. In the Boltzmann equations we find different numerical factors and additional terms which can affect the results significantly. The upper bound on the CP asymmetry in a specific flavour is weaker than the bound on the sum. This suggests that -- when flavour dynamics is included -- there is no model-independent limit on the light neutrino mass scale,and that the lower bound on the reheat temperature is relaxed by a factor ~ (3 - 10).
With its good properties of biocompatibility and bioactivity hydroxyapatite (HA) is highly used as bone substitutes and as coatings on metallic prostheses. In order to improve bioactive properties of HA we have elaborated Zn2+ doped hydroxyapatite. Zn2+ ions substitute for Ca2+ cations in the HA structure and four Zn concentrations (Zn/Zn+Ca) were prepared 0.5, 1, 2, 5 % at. To study physico-chemical reactions at the materials periphery, we immersed the bioceramics into biological fluids for delays from 1 day to 20 days. The surface changes were studied at the nanometer scale by scanning transmission electron microscopy associated to energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy. After 20 days of immersion we observed the formation of a calcium-phosphate layer at the periphery of the HA doped with 5% of zinc. This layer contains magnesium and i...
Normal parity bands are studied in 157Gd, 163Dy and 169Tm using the pseudo SU(3) shell model. Energies and B(E2) transition strengths of states belonging to six low-lying rotational bands with the same parity in each nuclei are presented. The pseudo SU(3) basis includes states with pseudo-spin 0 and 1, and 1/2 and 3/2, for even and odd number of nucleons, respectively. States with pseudo-spin 1 and 3/2 must be included for a proper description of some excited bands.
Spallation residues produced in 1 GeV per nucleon $^{208}$Pb on proton reactions have been studied using the FRagment Separator facility at GSI. Isotopic produc- tion cross-sections of elements from $_{61}$Pm to $_{82}$Pb have been measured down to 0.1 mb with a high accuracy. The recoil kinetic energies of the produced fragments were also determined. The obtained cross-sections agree with most of the few existing gamma-spectroscopy data. Data are compared with different intra nuclear-cascade and evaporation-fission models. Drastic deviations were found for a standard code used in technical applications.
The coupled dynamics of the scissors mode and the isovector giant quadrupole resonance is studied in a model with separable quadrupole-quadrupole residual interactions. The method of Wigner function moments is applied to derive the dynamical equations for angular momentum and quadrupole moment. Analytical expressions for energies, B(M1)- and B(E2)-values, sum rules and flow-patterns of both modes are found for arbitrary values of the deformation parameter. Some predictions for the case of superdeformation are given. The subtle nature of the phenomenon and its peculiarities are clarified.
We present the results of a search for nu_mu → nu_e oscillations in the NOMAD experiment at Cern. The experiment looked for the appearance of nu_e in a predominantly nu_mu wide-band neutrino beam at the CERN SPS. No evidence for oscillations was found. The 90% confidence limits obtained are Delta m^2 < 0.4 eV^2 for maximal mixing and sin^2(2theta) < 1.4 X 10^-3 for large Delta m^2. This result excludes the LSND allowed region of oscillation parameters with Delta m^2 >~ 10 eV^2.
Microsecond isomers of neutron-rich nuclei in the masses A=96 and 98 were reinvestigated at the ILL reactor (Grenoble). These nuclei were produced by thermal-neutron induced fission of $^{241}$Pu. The detection is based on time correlation between fission fragments selected by the Lohengrin mass spectrometer, and the $\gamma$ rays and conversion electrons from the isomers. A new level scheme of $^{96}$Rb is proposed. We have found that the ground state and low-lying levels of this nucleus are rather spherical, while a rotational band develops at 461 keV energy. This bans has properties consistent with a $\pi[431 3/2] x \nu[541 3/2]K = 3^-$ Nilsson assignment and a deformation $\beta_2 > 0.28$. It is fed by a $10^-$ microsecond isomer consistent with a $\pi(g_{9/2})\nu(h_{11/2})$ sperical configuration. It is interesting to note that th...
We show that the sum rule recently proved by Uraltsev in the heavy quark limit of QCD holds in relativistic quark models \à la Bakamjian and Thomas, that were already shown to satisfy Isgur-Wise scaling and Bjorken sum rule. This new sum rule provides a {\\it rationale} for the lower bound of the slope of the elastic IW function $\\rho^2 \\geq {3 \\over 4}$ obtained within the BT formalism some years ago. Uraltsev sum rule suggests an inequality $|\\tau_{3/2}(1)| > |\\tau_{1/2}(1)|$. This difference is interpreted in the BT formalism as due to the Wigner rotation of the light quark spin, independently of a possible LS force. In BT models, the sum rule convergence is very fast, the $n = 0$ state giving the essential contribution in most of the phenomenological potential models. We underline that there is a serious problem, in the heavy ...
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