- Conference date: 23−27 May 1993
- Location: Madison, Wisconsin (USA)
The question of whether nuclei are polarized as a result of H–H(D–D) spin‐exchange collisions within the relatively dense gas of a laser‐driven source of polarized hydrogen (deuterium) can be addressed directly by measuring the nuclear polarization of atoms from the source. The feasibility of using a polarimeter based on the D+T→n+4He reaction to measure the tensor polarization of deuterium in an internal target fed by the laser‐driven source has been tested. The device and the measurements necessary to test the spin‐exchange polarization theory are described.
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