Measurement of the analyzing power for pion proton elastic scattering between 471 and 687 MeV/c Page: 2 of 197
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Table of Contents
List of Tables vii
List of Figures viii
Abstract of the Dissertation x
Introduction and Motivation 1
I. Pion-Nucleon Scattering Formalism
1.1. Spin 0-Spin 1/2 Elastic Scattering 10
1.2. Polarization of Spin 1/2 Particles 24
1.3. Spin Rotation Parameters 34
1.4. Phase Shift Analysis 44
II. The Experiment
2.1. The Pion Beam 62
2.1.1 Beam Monitoring 72
2.2. The Target 74
2.2.1 The Polarized Proton Target Magnet 80
2.2.2 ^He System 80
2.2.3 3He System 84
2.2.4 Cryostat Vacuum 88
2.2.5 Thermometry 88
2.2.6 Polarized Target Material 90
2.2.7 Microwaves 90
2.2.8 NMR 91
2.3. Detectors and Detection System 93
2.3.1 The LAS 94
2.3.2 The Recoil Detector 100
2.4. The Electronics 103
2.4.1 The LAS Electronic Circuit 103
2.4.2 The Recoil Detector Electronic Circuit 105
2.4.3 The Inhibit Electronic Circuit 108
2.4.4 The Coincidence Event Trigger Electronic Circuit 110
2.5. Data Acquisition 112
III. The Analysis
3.1 Scattering Data Analysis 114
3.2 The Target Polarization Analysis 130
3.3 The Background 135
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Mokhtari-Amirmajdi, A. Measurement of the analyzing power for pion proton elastic scattering between 471 and 687 MeV/c, report, June 1, 1985; New Mexico. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1066061/m1/2/: accessed April 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.