The neutron spin rotation induced by parity-violating (PV) components in the nucleon-nucleon potential is studied in (n) over right arrow -d scattering at zero energy. Results are obtained corresponding to the Argonne v(18) two-nucleon and Urbana-IX three-nucleon strong-interaction potentials in combination with either the Desplanques-Donoghue-Holstein or pionless effective field theory models for the weak-interaction potential. We find that this observable is dominated by the contribution of the long-range part of the PV potential associated with pion exchange. Thus its measurement could provide a further constraint, complementary to that coming from measurements of the photon asymmetry in (n) over right arrow -p radiative capture, on the strength of this component of the hadronic weak interaction.

Neutron spin rotation in (n)over-right-arrow-d scattering RID A-7123-2011

MARCUCCI, LAURA ELISA
2008

Abstract

The neutron spin rotation induced by parity-violating (PV) components in the nucleon-nucleon potential is studied in (n) over right arrow -d scattering at zero energy. Results are obtained corresponding to the Argonne v(18) two-nucleon and Urbana-IX three-nucleon strong-interaction potentials in combination with either the Desplanques-Donoghue-Holstein or pionless effective field theory models for the weak-interaction potential. We find that this observable is dominated by the contribution of the long-range part of the PV potential associated with pion exchange. Thus its measurement could provide a further constraint, complementary to that coming from measurements of the photon asymmetry in (n) over right arrow -p radiative capture, on the strength of this component of the hadronic weak interaction.
Schiavilla, R; Viviani, M; Girlanda, L; Kievsky, A; Marcucci, LAURA ELISA
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