Prog. Theor. Phys. Vol. 23 No. 4 (1960) pp. 597-609
Photodisintegration of the Deuteron in the High Energy Range
Shiga University, Otsu
(Received November 28, 1959)
The differential and total cross sections for the photodisintegration of the deuteron are calculated for the incident photon energies in the range from 80 Mev to 300 Mev. In the calculation, a full expression of the electric interaction between the deuteron and radiation is used without expansion in terms of κr of each multipole or multipole transition. For the initial state, we adopt the pion-theoretical deuteron wave function which has almost 7% of D-state mixture. The plane wave is used for the final state. The conclusions are 1) κr expansion is not justified in the energy range Eγ\gtrsim80 Mev and gives an underestimate for the cross sections, 2) the multiples higher than E2 do not affect for Eγ\lesssim80 Mev, 3) the large D-state mixture is important, 4) the retardation effects are important at such high energy as the meson effects have to be considered.
It is shown that the excitation function agrees with the observed data in the energy range, if we add the meson effects to our result.
DOI : 10.1143/PTP.23.597
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