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CHIPS approximation of proton- nuclear Coulomb scattering Mikhail Kosov, 12 th Geant4 Workshop (GB, Sept. 2007)

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M.Kosov. CHIPS G4QElastic G September 12-20, 2007 Typical features of Elastic scattering The final state for electromagnetic and hadronic scattering is the same, so they interfere on the amplitude level. Nobody can separate the EM and Hadronic scattering, but the measured “EM” part (probably a “EM/H interference” part) can be approximated as an independent discrete process (with a correction for leptons: e, ) The low t electromagnetic part can be still simulated by a continuous process

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M.Kosov. CHIPS G4QElastic G September 12-20, 2007 CHIPS (w Coulomb) CHIPS (hadronic) SAID (G4Lpp) G4LElastic (LHEP)

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M.Kosov. CHIPS G4QElastic G September 12-20, 2007 Fit (w Coulomb) 8.2 (simulation) G4HadronElastic(8.2p2) G4LElastic (8.2) nuclear gloria

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M.Kosov. CHIPS G4QElastic G September 12-20, 2007 Approximation of “Coulomb scattering” -t = q 2 Infinite differential cross-section has a finite integral a) at high energy it is only a few mb b) at low energy it can be barns c) Below Coulomb threshold it is pure electromagnetic

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M.Kosov. CHIPS G4QElastic G September 12-20, 2007 Fit (w Coulomb) 8.2 (simulation) G4HadronElastic(8.2p2) G4LElastic (no 3 He) S-wave at low energies Additional t-cut Dominance of Coulomb nuclear gloria

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M.Kosov. CHIPS G4QElastic G September 12-20, 2007 Fit (w Coulomb) 8.2 (simulation) G4HadronElastic(8.2p2) G4LElastic (8.2)

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M.Kosov. CHIPS G4QElastic G September 12-20, 2007 Fit (w Coulomb) 8.2 (simulation) G4HadronElastic(8.2p2) G4LElastic (8.2) QE ?

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M.Kosov. CHIPS G4QElastic G September 12-20, 2007 QE Fit (w Coulomb) 8.2 (simulation) G4HadronElastic(8.2p2) G4LElastic (8.2) Increased QE Stops at 90 0 (CM) Continues to 180 0

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M.Kosov. CHIPS G4QElastic G September 12-20, 2007 QE Fit (w Coulomb) 8.2 (simulation) G4HadronElastic(8.2p2) G4LElastic (8.2)

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M.Kosov. CHIPS G4QElastic G September 12-20, 2007 Quasi-ElasticQE Fit (w Coulomb) 8.2 (simulation) G4HadronElastic(8.2p2) G4LElastic (8.2)

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M.Kosov. CHIPS G4QElastic G September 12-20, 2007 QE Fit (w Coulomb) 8.2 (simulation) G4HadronElastic(8.2p2) G4LElastic (8.2) QE

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M.Kosov. CHIPS G4QElastic G September 12-20, 2007 CHIPS Glauber calculation Lack of data Only QE QE Fit (w Coulomb) 8.2 (simulation) G4HadronElastic(8.2p2) G4LElastic (8.2)

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M.Kosov. CHIPS G4QElastic G September 12-20, 2007 The same fit can be done for pions There is a fundamental difference between the pion and the muon elastic scattering Muons do not have the hadronic scattering part Muons do not have the EM/H interference part Muons do not have screening in the interactions Data for pion and for muon Multiple Scattering should be found and compared The discrete and continuous processes must be consistent, otherwise the Stopping Ranges for hadrons can be spoiled

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M.Kosov. CHIPS G4QElastic G September 12-20, 2007 CHIPS G4QElastic Coherent Elastic

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M.Kosov. CHIPS G4QElastic G September 12-20, 2007 CHIPS G4QElastic

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M.Kosov. CHIPS G4QElastic G September 12-20, 2007 Conclusion If the Electromagnetic group is ready for the consistent improvement of “Multiple Scattering”, CHIPS can provide a discrete process G4QEMElastic for pions & protons At high energies the cross-section is order of magnitude smaller than the hadronic part At low energy the EM cross-section is huge and the small stepping should be avoided

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