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The physics interest in extending bubble chamber studies
of v interactions to the energies and momentum transfers
accessible at NAL has been extensively discussed in several NAL
summer studies and previous proposals for v (31A), v (9B, 28,
44A, 45A, 53A) and d2 or TST (20, 42) exposures. See also
Llewellyn Smith (SLAC-PUB 958 May 1971 and Physics Reports )
for a recent summary of, and references to, the theoretical
literature, experimental results to date, and exciting expecta-
tions for NAL.
It is clear that NAL data on T as well as on v interactions
will be crucial to our understanding of the weak interactions
and of the structure of leptons and hadrons. Such data may possibly
reveal new classes of phenomena and particles such as inter-
mediate bosons, shadow particles, heavy leptons, quarks, and
monopoles. Single strange particle production (inverse hyperon
muonic decay) should proceed only in v, not v beams if the
AS = +AQ rule remains valid at NAL energies and momentum transfers,
e.g. vn -+ p+ (E- or Y*-) but vn 4 p-(Z+ or Y*+). AS = 2 transi-
tions (e.g. up --+ p+ ) may be more accessible to the i already
associated with strange baryons (rather than the v associated
with strange antibaryons, e.g. A -+ p + p+ + v). Thus the most
exciting new phenomena could well show up only in u exposures.
Comparison of v and v inclusive spectra, topological and re-
actk;anus sections, etc., permits measurement of W3, tests
of AI = 1, AI = 1/2 rules, etc., and further tests of models
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Bingham, H.H.; Fretter, W.B.; Yost, G.; California, /University of; Bastien, P.; Kirkpatrick, L. et al. Antineutrino Interactions in the 14' H(2)-Neon BC, report, May 8, 1972; Batavia, Illinois. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1014601/m1/4/: accessed January 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.