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Pis'ma v Zh. Èksper. Teoret. Fiz., 2005, Volume 82, Issue 5, Pages 275–278 (Mi jetpl1546)  

FIELDS, PARTICLES, AND NUCLEI

Extrapolation of the differential cross section for triplet pp scattering to low energies

V. V. Pupyshev

Joint Institute for Nuclear Research

Abstract: It has been shown that the differential cross section for low-energy triplet pp scattering that is caused by the sum of the nuclear and magnetic interactions in the Coulomb field of the protons is a rapidly oscillating function and has second-order poles in the forward and backward directions. In order to extrapolate such a cross section to the energy region below 10 MeV, a simple low-energy approximation has been proposed. New phenomena—proton-proton analogues of the Mott and Schwinger effects—are discussed.

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Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics Letters, 2005, 82:5, 243–247

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PACS: 03.65.Nk, 13.40.Ks,13.75.Gs
Received: 16.06.2005
Revised: 14.07.2005

Citation: V. V. Pupyshev, “Extrapolation of the differential cross section for triplet pp scattering to low energies”, Pis'ma v Zh. Èksper. Teoret. Fiz., 82:5 (2005), 275–278; JETP Letters, 82:5 (2005), 243–247

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