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Spectator isobar production in the $A\left( {\gamma ,\pi NN} \right)B$ reaction.

I. Glavanakov, A. Tabachenko

We present an analysis of the spectator mechanism of $\Delta $-isobar production in the pion photoproduction on nuclei with the emission of two nucleons. The reaction mechanism is studied within the framework of the $\Delta N$-correlation model, which considers the isobar and nucleon of the $\Delta N$-system produced in the nucleus at the virtual $NN \to \Delta N$ transition, to be in a dynamic relationship. The two-particle transition operator for nuclei is obtained by the \textit{S}-matrix approach. We consider the properties of the spectator mechanism of isobar production using the example of the reaction $^{16}$O$ (\gamma ,\ \pi ^{ - }pn)^{14}$O. Numerical estimates of the cross section are obtained in the kinematic region, where it is possible to expect the manifestation of bound isobar-nuclear states.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1710.11380

DOI: arXiv:1710.11380v1

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