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By K.-M. Schmitt, H. Arenhövel

For the 1st time, an entire calculation of all 288 polarization observables of deuteron photodisintegration for polarized photons and an orientated deuteron objective is gifted for energies less than +-production threshold. The observables are calculated inside a nonrelativistic framework yet with inclusion of lowest-order relativistic results. particular meson alternate currents and isobar configurations as manifestation of subnuclear levels of freedom are integrated within the calculation. The sensitivity of many of the polarization observables with appreciate to subnuclear levels of freedom, to electrical and magnetic multipole contributions and to quite a few sensible power versions are systematically investigated. hence this atlas offers the main targeted and systematic survey on polarization observables of this crucial method. It permits to examine the several dynamical houses of the np-system as inside the numerous observables and, accordingly, should be helpful for either theoretical experiences and for the making plans and review of experiments to boot. It serves additionally as an incredible complement to the new basic assessment on deuteron photodisintegration by means of A. Arenhövel and M. Sanzone (Few-Body structures, Suppl. 3).

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