- Conference date: 24-28 May 1976
- Location: Pittsburgh, PA, USA
The external proton beam of the Los Alamos Meson Physics Facility (LAMPF) was used to study π+ and π− production on light elements at 800 MeV incident proton energy. Although the Li6 nucleus is not the simplest nucleus to test various reaction mechanisms for pion production, the fact that it can be well represented by a two‐body system such as d‐He4, makes it possible to apply a similar general approach for study of three‐body nuclear reactions as in the case of pion production on hydrogen and deuterium.1,2
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