By Frank Wissmann
This monograph deals a entire precis of experiments on Compton scattering from the proton and neutron and played on the electron accelerator MAMI. The experiments conceal a photon strength diversity from 30 MeV to 500 MeV. The reader is brought to the theoretical suggestions of Compton scattering by means of an outline of the experiments at the proton, and their research and effects. Investigating an analogous response at the neutron calls for a spotlight at the deuteron as a neutron objective. according to this good fortune, the scan at the certain neutron used to be built. The e-book of this sequence of Compton scattering experiments allows investigators prepared entry to those contributions to our figuring out of the electromagnetics in addition to the backward spin polarizabilities of the proton and neutron.
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Phys. Suppl. 149 (2003) 190, Proc. 1 TAPS Experiment Compton scattering from the proton in the energy range 55 MeV to 165 MeV [1, 2] has been investigated with the TAPS detector system (Sect. 7), set up at the photon beam at MAMI (Sect. 4). The energy of the incident electron beam was chosen to be 180 MeV. The emitted bremsstrahlung beam was collimated, resulting in a tagging eﬃciency of about 17% (measured at low intensity with a bismuth germanate (BGO) detector in the direct photon beam). This low tagging eﬃciency results from the low incident electron energy and the collimation system behind the tagger.