Experiments with longitudinally polarized electrons in a storage ring using a siberian snake

H. R. Poolman, D. J. Boersma, M. Harvey, D. W. Higinbotham, I. Passchier, E. Six, Ricardo Alarcon, P. W. Van Amersfoort, Th S. Bauer, H. Boer Rookhuizen, J. F J Van den Brand, L. D. Van Buuren, H. J. Bulten, R. Ent, M. Ferro-Luzzi, D. G. Geurts, P. Heimberg, C. W. De Jager, P. Klimin, I. KoopF. Kroes, J. Van der Laan, G. Luijckx, A. Lysenko, B. Militsyn, I. Nesterenko, J. Noomen, B. E. Norum, M. J J Van den Putte, Yu Shatunov, J. J M Steijger, D. Szczerba, H. De Vries

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Abstract

We report on first measurements with polarized electrons stored in a medium-energy ring and with a polarized internal target. Polarized electrons were injected at 442 MeV (653 MeV), and a partial (full) Siberian snake was employed to preserve the polarization. Longitudinal polarization at the interaction point and polarization lifetime of the stored electrons were determined with laser backscattering. Spin observables were measured for electrodisintegration of polarized 3He, with simultaneous detection of scattered electrons, protons, neutrons, deuterons, and 3He nuclei, over a large phase space.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)3855-3858
Number of pages4
JournalPhysical Review Letters
Volume84
Issue number17
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2000

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    Poolman, H. R., Boersma, D. J., Harvey, M., Higinbotham, D. W., Passchier, I., Six, E., Alarcon, R., Van Amersfoort, P. W., Bauer, T. S., Boer Rookhuizen, H., Van den Brand, J. F. J., Van Buuren, L. D., Bulten, H. J., Ent, R., Ferro-Luzzi, M., Geurts, D. G., Heimberg, P., De Jager, C. W., Klimin, P., ... De Vries, H. (2000). Experiments with longitudinally polarized electrons in a storage ring using a siberian snake. Physical Review Letters, 84(17), 3855-3858. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.84.3855