# Matter-induced hadronic processes

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- Elastic Deuteronï¿½Deuteron Scattering and Relevant Reaction Involving the Flip of Deuteron Spins and Isospins into a Singlet versus the Predictions of the Supermultiplet Potential Model for Cluster Interaction. Struzhko, B. G.; Lebedev, V. M.; Neudatchin, V. G. // Physics of Atomic Nuclei;May2003, Vol. 66 Issue 5, p812
A brief survey of experimental results on elastic deuteron -- deuteron scattering is given. Data from an experiment performed at the Institute for Nuclear Research (National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kiev) at E[SUBc.m.] = 23.4 and 25.0 MeV and data from the literature at E[SUBc.m.] = 11.6...

- Drag of an object in a supersonic flow with an isobaric region of energy release in front of the object. Luk�yanov, G. A. // Technical Physics Letters;Jan99, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p29
The problem of interaction between a steady-state supersonic flow and a planar isobaric region of energy release is solved. The solution is used to investigate the drag of an object in the wake behind the region of energy release. Conditions are determined for which the drag of the object can be...

- Charge-Exchange (p, n) Reaction on [sup 48]Ca as a Means for Determining the Isospin Structure of the Mean Nuclear Spin—Orbit Field. Isakov, V. I. // Physics of Atomic Nuclei;Jul2003, Vol. 66 Issue 7, p1239
The isotopic structure found previously in spin-orbit splitting by studying the spectra of heavy nuclei close to doubly magic ones is tested in polarization effects that arise in charge-exchange (p, n) reactions between the isobaric states of A = 48 nuclei.

- Future publications. // Physics of Atomic Nuclei;Jun2009, Vol. 72 Issue 6, p1074
The article focuses on the studies to be published in the forthcoming issues of the journal including one on phenomenology of single-spin effects, one on axial mass in reactions of strange-hyperon production, and the other on isospin dependence of electric-transition probabilities.

- 8 D oscillator and 5 D Kepler problem: The case of nontrivial constraints. Pletyukhov, M. V.; Tolkachev, E. A. // Journal of Mathematical Physics;Jan1999, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p93
Discusses the topologically nontrivial correspondence between the 5D SU(2)-Kepler problem and the 8D singular oscillator. Description of isospinor and isovector particles in terms of an 8D singular oscillator; Calculation of the energy spectrum for an arbitrary isospin case; Higher dimensional...

- Determination of the Gamow-Teller Quenching Factor via the90Zr(n, p) Reaction at 293 MeV. Yako, K.; Sakai, H.; Greenfield, M.B.; Hatanaka, K.; Hatano, M.; Kamiya, J.; Kitamura, Y.; Maeda, Y.; Morris, C.L.; Okamura, H.; Rapaport, J.; Saito, T.; Sakemi, Y.; Sekiguchi, K.; Shimizu, Y.; Suda, K.; Tamii, A.; Uchigashima, N.; Wakasa, T. // AIP Conference Proceedings;2003, Vol. 675 Issue 1, p700
The double differential cross sections at 0Â°â€“12Â° were measured for the 90Zr(n,p) reaction at 293 MeV in a wide excitation energy region of 0â€“70 MeV. The experiment was performed by using the (n,p) facility at the Research Center for Nuclear Physics. The multipole...

- Isobaricâ€“isothermal fluctuation theorem. Mittag, Emil; Searles, Debra J.; Evans, Denis J. // Journal of Chemical Physics;4/22/2002, Vol. 116 Issue 16, p6875
The fluctuation theorem (FT) gives an analytical expression for the probability that in a finite nonequilibrium system observed for a finite time, the Second Law of Thermodynamics is violated. Since FT deals with fluctuations, the precise form of the theorem is dependent on the particular...

- The Role of Isospin on the N=Z Line. Warner, D. D. // Physics of Atomic Nuclei;Jun2001, Vol. 64 Issue 6, p1015
The role played by isospin in nuclear structure phenomena encountered on the N = Z line is discussed. New results on Coulomb energy differences (CED) at high spin for odd-A nuclei in the Æ’[sub 7/2] shell are presented and interpreted in the framework of a simple Cranked Shell Model treatment...

- Strength of Spin—Isospin Transitions in A = 28 Nuclei. Kuz’min, V. A.; Tetereva, T. V.; Junker, K. // Physics of Atomic Nuclei;Jul2001, Vol. 64 Issue 7, p1169
The relations between the strengths of spin-isospin transition operators extracted from direct nuclear reactions, magnetic electron scattering, and processes of semileptonic weak interaction are discussed.