Research on theoretical high energy physics is summarized including results from unitarity, positivity, crossing, etc., gauge theories, chiral symmetry and its breaking, and phenomenology. (JFP)
A considerable amount of experimental work was done on the importance of two-step mechanisms in nuclear reactions. The medium-energy experimental group participated in construction of the EPICS facility at LAMPF. The theoretical program concentrated on investigations of $pi$--nucleus interactions and finite- range effects. The report is arranged as follows: experimental program (nuclear physics, intermediate energy physics, apparatus and facility development, cyclotron operation, outside users of cyclotron facilities), theoretical program, publications and reports, and personnel. The nuclear physics section of the report contains work on charged-particle experiments (single-nucleon-transfer reactions, multinucleon-transfer reactions, charge-exchange reactions, elastic and inelastic scattering, charged-particle reaction studies on $sup 14$C), gamma- ray experiments and beta decay, neutron time-of-flight experiments, x-ray fluorescence trace element analysis, and other activities. Seventeen items with significant amounts of data are listed separately by title. (RWR)
Research in nuclear physics and elementary particle physics is described. The nuclear research is all theoretical, but the high energy research is both theoretical and experimental. The report is organized according to this three- way division of the research activities. It is warned that some of the results presented are tentative and may be modified before publication. A list of publications is presented. (auth)
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