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Modeling final-state interactions with a relativistic multiple-scattering approximation

Wim Cosyn (UGent) and Jan Ryckebusch (UGent)
(2011) FEW-BODY SYSTEMS. 49(1-4). p.77-84
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We address the issue of nuclear attenuation in nucleon and pion knockout reactions. A selection of results from a model based on a relativistic multiple-scattering approximation is presented. We show transparency calculations for pion electroproduction on several nuclei, where data are in very good agreement with calculations including color transparency. Secondly, we discuss the density dependence of reactions involving one or double proton knockout. The latter reaction succeeds in probing the high density regions in the deep interior of the nucleus.
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NUCLEAR TRANSPARENCY, SHORT-RANGE CORRELATIONS, O-16

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Cosyn, Wim, and Jan Ryckebusch. 2011. “Modeling Final-state Interactions with a Relativistic Multiple-scattering Approximation.” Few-body Systems 49 (1-4): 77–84.
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Cosyn, W., & Ryckebusch, J. (2011). Modeling final-state interactions with a relativistic multiple-scattering approximation. FEW-BODY SYSTEMS, 49(1-4), 77–84.
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Cosyn W, Ryckebusch J. Modeling final-state interactions with a relativistic multiple-scattering approximation. FEW-BODY SYSTEMS. 2011;49(1-4):77–84.
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Cosyn, Wim, and Jan Ryckebusch. “Modeling Final-state Interactions with a Relativistic Multiple-scattering Approximation.” FEW-BODY SYSTEMS 49.1-4 (2011): 77–84. Print.
@article{1234785,
  abstract     = {We address the issue of nuclear attenuation in nucleon and pion knockout reactions. A selection of results from a model based on a relativistic multiple-scattering approximation is presented. We show transparency calculations for pion electroproduction on several nuclei, where data are in very good agreement with calculations including color transparency. Secondly, we discuss the density dependence of reactions involving one or double proton knockout. The latter reaction succeeds in probing the high density regions in the deep interior of the nucleus.},
  author       = {Cosyn, Wim and Ryckebusch, Jan},
  issn         = {0177-7963},
  journal      = {FEW-BODY SYSTEMS},
  keyword      = {NUCLEAR TRANSPARENCY,SHORT-RANGE CORRELATIONS,O-16},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1-4},
  pages        = {77--84},
  title        = {Modeling final-state interactions with a relativistic multiple-scattering approximation},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00601-010-0115-7},
  volume       = {49},
  year         = {2011},
}

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