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TitleDelta: the First Pion Nucleon Resonance - Its Discovery and Applications
Author(s)Nagle, D. E.
Publication DateJuly 1984
Report NumberLALP--84-27
Unique IdentifierACC0011
Other NumbersLegacy ID: DE84017107; OSTI ID: 6524435
Research OrgLos Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM (United States)
Contract NoW-7405-ENG-36
Sponsoring OrgU.S. Department of Energy
Other InformationBased upon a lecture given at the University of Chicago Symposium in honor of H. L. Anderson, May 11, 1982
KeywordsDelta-1236 Resonances/Historical Aspects; Pion Reactions; Hydrogen 1 Target; Particle Production
AbstractIt is attempted to recapture some of the fun and excitement of the pion-scattering work that led to the discovery of what is now called the delta particle. How significant this discovery was became apparent only gradually. That the delta is alive today and thriving at Los Alamos (as well as other places) is described.
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