Goldberger, M. L. and Grisaru, M. T. and MacDowell, S. W. and Wong, D. Y. (1960) Theory of low-energy nucleon-nucleon scattering. Physical Review, 120 (6). pp. 2250-2276. ISSN 0031-899X http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:GOLpr60
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The two-nucleon problem is discussed from the standpoint of the double dispersion relations. The analytic structure of partial wave amplitudes is completely analyzed. This is greatly facilitated by the use of the Jacob-Wick helicity amplitudes. The program of generating a set of dynamical equations by use of the unitarity condition is carried out. In the present approximation only one- and two-pion exchanges are considered; the resulting system of equations should be adequate for energies below about 170 Mev. The problem of computing the deuteron parameters is discussed. The general structure of the more complicated nucleon-antinucleon system is briefly treated.
|Additional Information:||©1960 The American Physical Society. Received 15 August 1960. Part of this work was carried out during the Summer of 1959 when two of us (M.L.G. and M.T.G) were visiting the Radiation Laboratory, University of California and the hospitality of that Laboratory is gratefully acknowledged. It is a pleasure to thank Professor G.F. Chew, Dr. S. Mandelstam and Dr. H.P. Noyes for many helpful conversations.|
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