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Возможности экспериментального описка нарушения P- и T-инвариантности в реакциях с поляризованными нейтронами

Бунаков В.Е., Новиков И.С.

Изв. РАН. Сер. физ., vol: 65, num: 1, 78-82, published: , RU


   Atomic nucleus.
      General problems of nuclear physics.
         Test of fundamental conservation laws in nuclear physics. Search for new particles in nuclear processes.

   Atomic nucleus.
      Nuclear reactions.
         Nuclear reactions induced by neutrons (experiment).
            Neutron-nucleus interactions at E≤100 keV.
               Polarization phenomena and angular correlations.

   Atomic nucleus.
      Nuclear reactions.
         Nuclear reactions induced by nucleons (theory).
            Elastic and inelastic nucleon scattering and (n, p), (p, n) reactions (classification by methods of description).
               Theory of resonance reactions.

   Atomic nucleus.
      Nuclear reactions.
         Nuclear reactions induced by nucleons (theory).
            Elastic nucleon scattering (classification by reaction types).
               Polarization phenomena.

   Atomic nucleus.
      Nuclear reactions.
         General problems of nuclear reaction theory.
            General theory of polarization phenomena and angular correlations in nuclear reactions.

   Particles and fields.
      Weak interactions (theory).
         Models of weak interactions.
            C, P and T invariances of weak interactions.

   Particles and fields.
      Weak interactions (theory).
         Nonleptonic interactions.
            Parity violating nuclear forces.

   Nuclear reactor physics.
      Neutron physics. Nuclear data.
         Cold and ultracold neutrons (production, accumulation, polarization, experimental study of interaction with matter, investigations by use of cold neutrons etc.).

   Nuclear reactor physics.
      Theory and calculation of nuclear reactors and radiation transport.
         Cold and ultracold neutrons.