@article{29d09bd9d2dc4e5cb91755c85f5f62c2,

title = "Test for T-violating in N-N scattering",

abstract = "We make predictions for the angular distributions of nucleon-nucleon observables revealing T-violation, in the limit of very short-ranged T-violating mechanisms. Curves are shown for the observables P - a, and PA - PB, at 425 MeV for both p-p and n-p scattering.",

author = "J. Binstock and R. Bryan and A. Gersten",

note = "Funding Information: where M is the nucleon mass and A is the axial-vector field. This interaction Lagrangian violates C, but conserves P, hence CP is violated; but CPT is good, so T is vaolated. Sudarshan assumes that the A 1 is related to the P through a particular SU(4) scheme such that gA = (5/3X/2)go andfA = + (4M/2mA)gA (the theory does not predict the relative sign between fA and gA){"} Sudarshan's interaction Lagrangian has important consequences for nucleon-nucleon scattering. In particular, it predicts that T is violated in the strong interaction when the A 1 is excanged between two nucleons, as sketched in fig. 1. To obtain a quantitative estimate of this effect, Bryan and Gersten treated the one-A 1- * Supported m part by the United States Atomic Energy Com-mission, and in part by the National Science Foundation * On leave of absence from Texas A & M Umverslty, College Station, Texas, USA.",

year = "1974",

month = jan,

day = "21",

doi = "10.1016/0370-2693(74)90646-7",

language = "English",

volume = "48",

pages = "77--80",

journal = "Physics Letters B",

issn = "0370-2693",

publisher = "Elsevier",

number = "2",

}