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Title: Spin-Manipulating Polarized Deuterons

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Research Org.:
SLAC National Accelerator Lab., Menlo Park, CA (United States)
Sponsoring Org.:
USDOE Office of Science (SC)
OSTI Identifier:
1342501
Report Number(s):
SLAC-PUB-16688
DOE Contract Number:
AC02-76SF00515
Resource Type:
Conference
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Conf.Proc.C110328:747-751,2011; Conference: Particle Accelerator, 24th Conference (PAC'11) 28 Mar - 1 Apr 2011, New York, USA
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
Accelerators,ACCPHY

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Stephenson, E.J., /Indiana U., IUCF, Chao, A., /SLAC, Kondratenko, A.M., /Unlisted, Morozov, V.S., /Jefferson Lab, Hinterberger, F., /Unlisted, Krisch, A.D., Leonova, M.A., Raymond, R.S., Sivers, D.W., Wong, V.K., and /Michigan U. Spin-Manipulating Polarized Deuterons. United States: N. p., 2016. Web.
Stephenson, E.J., /Indiana U., IUCF, Chao, A., /SLAC, Kondratenko, A.M., /Unlisted, Morozov, V.S., /Jefferson Lab, Hinterberger, F., /Unlisted, Krisch, A.D., Leonova, M.A., Raymond, R.S., Sivers, D.W., Wong, V.K., & /Michigan U. Spin-Manipulating Polarized Deuterons. United States.
Stephenson, E.J., /Indiana U., IUCF, Chao, A., /SLAC, Kondratenko, A.M., /Unlisted, Morozov, V.S., /Jefferson Lab, Hinterberger, F., /Unlisted, Krisch, A.D., Leonova, M.A., Raymond, R.S., Sivers, D.W., Wong, V.K., and /Michigan U. 2016. "Spin-Manipulating Polarized Deuterons". United States. doi:. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1342501.
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title = {Spin-Manipulating Polarized Deuterons},
author = {Stephenson, E.J. and /Indiana U., IUCF and Chao, A. and /SLAC and Kondratenko, A.M. and /Unlisted and Morozov, V.S. and /Jefferson Lab and Hinterberger, F. and /Unlisted and Krisch, A.D. and Leonova, M.A. and Raymond, R.S. and Sivers, D.W. and Wong, V.K. and /Michigan U.},
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  • Spin dynamics of polarized deuteron beams near depolarization resonances, including a new polarization preservation concept based on specially-designed multiple resonance crossings, has been tested in a series of experiments in the COSY synchrotron. Intricate spin dynamics with sophisticated pre-programmed patterns as well as effects of multiple crossings of a resonance were studied both theoretically and experimentally with excellent agreement. Possible applications of these results to preserve, manipulate and spin-flip polarized beams in synchrotrons and storage rings are discussed.
  • We studied spin manipulation of 1.85 GeV/c polarized deuteron beam stored in COSY obtaining a spin-flip efficiency of 97{+-}1%. We first discovered experimentally and then explained theoretically interesting behavior of the deuteron tensor polarization. We, for the first time, studied systematically spin resonance strengths induced by rf dipoles and solenoids. We found huge disagreements between the strengths measured in controlled Froissart-Stora sweeps and the theoretical values calculated using the well-known formulae. These data instigated re-examination of these formulae. We tested Chao's proposed new matrix formalism for describing the spin dynamics due to a single spin resonance, which may be themore » first fundamental improvement of the Froissart-Stora equation in that it allows analytic calculation of the beam polarization's behavior inside a resonance. Our measurements of the deuteron's polarization near and inside the resonance agreed precisely with the Chao formalism's predicted oscillations. We tested Kondratenko's proposal to overcome depolarizing resonances by ramping through them with a crossing pattern, which should force the depolarizing contributions to cancel themselves. Our first test of this idea with 2.1 GeV/c protons was not conclusive but a later test with 1.85 GeV/c deuterons demonstrated a rather substantial reduction in the depolarization compared to the tune jump at the same rate.« less
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