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Two-pion-exchange effects in the $pp\to ppπ^0$ reaction  [PDF]
F. Myhrer
Physics , 2007,
Abstract: We study the pp \to pp\pi^0 reaction near threshold based on heavy-baryon chiral perturbation theory. We show that the two-pion-exchange diagrams give much larger contribution than the one-pion-exchange diagram which is of lower chiral order in Weinberg's counting scheme. We also discuss the relation of our results to the momentum counting scheme.
Two-pion-exchange contributions to the pp\to ppπ^0 reaction  [PDF]
Y. Kim,T. Sato,F. Myhrer,K. Kubodera
Physics , 2007, DOI: 10.1016/j.physletb.2007.10.023
Abstract: Our previous study of the near-threshold pp\to pp\pi^0 reaction based on a hybrid nuclear effective field theory is further elaborated by examining the momentum dependence of the relevant transition operators. We show that the two-pion exchange diagrams give much larger contributions than the one-pion exchange diagram, even though the former is of higher order in the Weinberg counting scheme. The relation between our results and an alternative counting scheme, the momentum counting scheme, is also discussed.
Large two-pion-exchange contributions to the $pp\to ppπ^0$ reaction  [PDF]
F. Myhrer
Physics , 2006,
Abstract: The large two-pion exchange amplitudes are calculated in HB$\chi$PT and their net contribution to the reaction cross section is large.
Two-pion-exchange and other higher-order contributions to the $pp\to pp\pi^0$ reaction
Kim, Y.;Sato, T.;Myhrer, F.;Kubodera, K.
High Energy Physics - Phenomenology , 2008, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevC.80.015206
Abstract: Much effort has been invested on effective-field-theoretical studies of the near-threshold NN \to NN\pi reactions and, in order to deal with the rather large three-momentum transfers involved, the momentum counting scheme was proposed as an alternative to the usual Weinberg counting scheme. To examine the practical utility of the momentum counting scheme, we study here the contributions of higher-order terms to the pp\to pp\pi^0 reaction. We discuss the consequences of the different treatments of the nucleon propagators in these two counting schemes. We also investigate certain higher chiral-order pion-rescattering terms and the five-point counter-term, which turn out to give important contributions.
Two-pion-exchange and other higher-order contributions to the $pp\to ppπ^0$ reaction  [PDF]
Y. Kim,T. Sato,F. Myhrer,K. Kubodera
Physics , 2008, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevC.80.015206
Abstract: Much effort has been invested on effective-field-theoretical studies of the near-threshold NN \to NN\pi reactions and, in order to deal with the rather large three-momentum transfers involved, the momentum counting scheme was proposed as an alternative to the usual Weinberg counting scheme. To examine the practical utility of the momentum counting scheme, we study here the contributions of higher-order terms to the pp\to pp\pi^0 reaction. We discuss the consequences of the different treatments of the nucleon propagators in these two counting schemes. We also investigate certain higher chiral-order pion-rescattering terms and the five-point counter-term, which turn out to give important contributions.
Meson Exchange and Pion Rescattering Contributions to the Cross Section for $pp\to ppπ^0$  [PDF]
U. van Kolck,G. A. Miller,D. O. Riska
Physics , 1996, DOI: 10.1016/S0370-2693(96)01225-7
Abstract: Short range meson-exchange mechanisms such as $\rho\to\omega\pi^0$ contribute significantly to the amplitude for $pp\rightarrow pp\pi^0$ near threshold in addition to pion rescattering. The uncertainty of the latter contribution, which depends on poorly determined parameters, is estimated. Allowing for this uncertainty and taking the short range meson-exchange contributions into account makes it possible to reproduce the measured cross section.
Anisotropy in the pion angular distribution of the reaction pp -> pp pi0 at 400 MeV  [PDF]
P. Thorngren Engblom,S. Negasi Keleta,F. Cappellaro,B. Hoistad,M. Jacewicz,T. Johansson,I. Koch,S. Kullander,H. Pettersson,K. Schonning,J. Zlomanczuk,H. Calen,K. Fransson,A. Kupsc,P. Marciniewski,M. Wolke,C. Pauly,L. Demirors,W. Scobel,J. Stepaniak,J. Zabierowski,M. Bashkanov,H. Clement,O. Khakimova,F. Kren,T. Skorodko
Physics , 2006, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevC.76.011602
Abstract: The reaction pp -> pp pi0 was studied with the WASA detector at the CELSIUS storage ring. The center of mass angular distribution of the pi0 was obtained by detection of the gamma decay products together with the two outgoing protons, and found to be anisotropic with a negative second derivative slope, in agreement with the theoretical predictions from a microscopic calculation.
The reaction $pp \to ppπ^0$ near threshold  [PDF]
C. Hanhart,J. Haidenbauer,A. Reuber,C. Schütz,J. Speth
Physics , 1995, DOI: 10.1016/0370-2693(95)00998-Z
Abstract: We perform a momentum-space calculation of the reaction $pp \rightarrow pp\pi ^0$ near threshold. Direct production and pion rescattering are taken into account. For the latter a T-matrix obtained from a microscopic model of the $\pi N$ interaction is employed. The effects of some approximations commonly used in studies of $ pp \rightarrow pp\pi ^0$ \ are discussed. We find that those approximations overestimate the cross section and also modify its energy dependence. We obtain a significant contribution from rescattering, but not nearly enough to describe the data.
Novel approach to pion and eta production in proton-proton collisions near threshold  [PDF]
V. Bernard,N. Kaiser,Ulf-G. Mei?ner
Physics , 1998, DOI: 10.1007/s100500050229
Abstract: We evaluate the threshold matrix-element for the reaction $pp \to pp\pi^0$ in a fully relativistic Feynman diagrammatic approach. We employ a simple effective range approximation to take care of the S-wave $pp$ final-state interaction. The experimental value for the threshold amplitude ${\cal A} = (2.7 - i 0.3)$ fm$^4$ can be reproduced by contributions from tree level chiral (long-range) pion exchange and short-range effects related to vector meson exchanges, with $\omega$ exchange giving the largest individual contribution. Pion loop effects appear to be small. We stress that the commonly used heavy baryon formalism is not applicable in the NN-system above the pion production threshold due to the large external momentum, $|\vec p | \simeq \sqrt {Mm_\pi}$, with $M$ and $m_\pi$ the nucleon and the pion mass, respectively. We furthermore investigate the reaction $pp\to p n \pi^+$ near threshold within the same approach. We extract from the data the triplet threshold amplitude as ${\cal B}= (2.8 -i 1.5)$ fm$^4$. Its real part can be well understood from (relativistic) tree level meson-exchange diagrams. In addition, we investigate the process $pp \to pp \eta$ near threshold. We use a simple factorization ansatz for the $pp\eta$ final-state interaction and extract from the data the modulus of the threshold amplitude, $|{\cal C}| = 1.32 $fm$^4$. With $g_{\eta N}=5.3$, this value can be reproduced by (relativistic) tree level meson-exchange diagrams and $\eta$-rescattering, whose strength is fixed by the $\eta N$ scattering length. We also comment on the recent near threshold data for $\eta'$-production.
Reaction pp-> {pp}_s pi^0 in the GeV region and pi^0 p rescattering  [PDF]
Yu. N. Uzikov
Physics , 2008,
Abstract: COSY data on the cross section of the reaction pp -> {pp}_s pi^0, where {pp}_s is the proton pair in the 1S0 state at small excitation energy E_{pp}=0-3 MeV, recently obtained for beam energies 0.5 - 2.0 GeV are analyzed within the one-pion exchange model. The model is based on the subprocess pi^0 p -> pi^0 p and final state pp-interaction. A broad maximum observed in the energy dependence of the cross section at 0.5 - 1.4 GeV in the forward direction is explained by this model as a dominant contribution of the isospin 3/2 in the pi^0 p-rescattering. The second maximum observed at 2 GeV is underpredicted within the model by one order of magnitude.
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