Three-nucleon force effects in proton-deuteron scattering
Science Research Center, Hosei University,
2-17-1 Fujimi, Chiyoda,
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Possible three-nucleon forces that may be considered in addition to a widely accepted two-pion exchange three-nucleon force are studied to improve the ﬁt to experimental data of proton-deuteron scattering. Calculations are performed with including eﬀects of long-range Coulomb force by a recently developed method to solve the Faddeev equation in coordinate space. Two diﬀerent kinds of three-nucleon potentials: a phenomenological potential and one due to the exchange of pion and sigma bosons, are presented and compared with experimental data of elastic diﬀerential cross sections, a tensor analyzing power, and a nucleon-to-nucleon polarization transfer coeﬃcient.
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