- Conference date: 9-14 September 2002
- Location: Upton, New York (USA)
We have measured polarizations P of outgoing protons in (p, 2p) reactions at an incident energy of 1 GeV for three kinds of targets. The experimental result shows a distinct reduction from IA calculation values using NN interaction in free space and the reduction is found to be monotonic to the effective mean density estimated with DWIA. This is consistent with the previous result obtained at 392 MeV, though the incident energy is quite different. We have also measured an angular distribution of the polarization for 12C target. All of the data, including both for forward nd backward outgoing protons, show similar reduction from the IA calculation, though, again, outgoing energies are quite different from 130 MeV to 890 MeV. From these results, it is concluded that these reductions are nuclear structure or interaction originated and not caused by the reaction mechanism such as multi‐step processes or distortions.
- Angular distribution
- Nuclear interactions
- Nuclear structure
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