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Neutron-Deuteron Breakup
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Simulation codes for the neutron-deuteron breakup experiment at 16.0 and 19.0 MeV at the Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory (TUNL) are being developed as part of the CREST sub-project 2 computational effort in support of low-energy few-body nuclear physics experiments.

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Findings

The FORTRAN version of the simulation code to model the current nd breakup apparatus uses as a foundation the code developed for the simulation and analysis of the previous nd breakup experiment which measured the neutron scattering length, ann, at 19 MeV at TUNL using the recoil-proton geometry [i].

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Participants
  • D. Markoff, NCCU Physics
  • B. Crowe, NCCU Physics
  • S. Tajima, NCCU Physics and Duke University