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A of Fig. 23. Differential cross section for yield Chapter III. It should be noted that wee rr' e r) cannot be calof decay photons from rro -mesons formed in culated accurately for the inelastic process, since there is not processes y + d .... d( pn) + IT 0• The hatched a single-valued relationship between err, e y' and Brr (the rroregion indicates the inaccuracy in the demeson velocity). However, since the momentum distribution termination of anlplitude Mr;. of mesons from the reaction y +,1II ....
I. LEBEDEV AND E. I. TAMM Table 7. Measured Differential Cross Sections of Processes 'Y + p .... ; and 'Y +d .... ; (Laboratory system of coordinates) x. MeV 190 224 218 207 (~)Jl'IO". cm2Isr . photon· nucleUS cm! lSI' photon. 3 5.. 4 Table 8. Measured Ratio of Cross Sections dOd/oop I &8". - cos en deg &8". 999 "Results of . 4. Analytically. and by the Monte Carlo method. 21)]. The value of Q was normalized to an intensity corresponding to a "hit" of one electron on the accelerator target 5.
The angUlar and energy resolution functions, which characterize this accuracy, depend on the geometry of the experiment, the characteristics of the bremsstrahlung beam, and the efficiency of the y -ray counters. These functions determine the probability of detection by a pair of telescopes of a rro -meson formed in the reaction y + N -+ N + rro by a photon with energy 11. Q rr at angle err to K. x) = n ~ \ :~ (K, en) N (K, On)! (K, W) dQndX. 1S) Here, yea, e1, Kmax) is the yield measured by a pair of telescopes, the pOSition of which in relation to the bremsstrahlung beam is fixed by the angles a and e1; Kmax is the maximum energy in the bremsstrahlung spec- 32 A.