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E1-2018-11 (1.393.237)
Tokarev M. (on behalf of the STAR Collaboration)
Recent STAR Spin Results and Spin Measurements at RHIC

The STAR experiment provides measurements of single- and double-spin asymmetries in longitudinally and transversely polarized p+p collisions at √ s = 200 and 510 GeV to deepen our understanding of the proton spin structure and dynamics of parton interactions over a wide range of collision energy, momentum and rapidity of the various produced probes. Polarized processes with W± production allow us to study the spin-flavor structure of the proton. Recent results obtained by STAR on the double longitudinal asymmetry, ALL, of pion and jet production at √ s = 200 and 510 GeV, the single longitudinal, AL, and transverse, AN, asymmetry of W± production at √ s =510 GeV are overviewed. STAR results on azimuthal single transverse asymmetry of pion in p↑ + (p, Au)- jet + π± p↑ + p collisions are discussed. The proposed Forward Calorimeter System (FCS) and Forward Tracking System (FTS) upgrades at STAR would significantly improve the capabilities of existing detectors for measurements of observables such as asymmetries of pion, jet, DrelYan pairs produced at forward rapidities.

E3-2018-7 (250.576)
Granja C. et al.
Two Methods of Determination of Parities of Low-Lying States in 159Gd from Analysis of γ-Ray Intensities from 158Gd(nres,γ)159Gd Reaction

Energy levels and transitions in 159Gd were studied by means of radiative capture of resonance neutrons in 12 isolated resonances of 158Gd. The time-of-flight technique was used on an enriched target at the IBR-30 reactor at JINR, Dubna. A total of 80 primary gamma transitions were recorded, and their absolute intensities were determined resulting in the observation of 1/2± and 3/2± levels up to 2.4 MeV. Parities of the found levels were recalculated using two methods: the first method consists in analyzing of intensities averaging in 12 resonances, and in the second method individual intensities are analyzed. The second method is described for the first time.

E1-2018-11 (746.926)
Akishin P. G., Sapozhnikov A. A.
The Integral Formulation of the Magnetostatic Problem for Magnetic System Modelling

We consider the application of the volume integral method to the magnetic system calculations. The major stages of modelling process are discussed: the discretization of initial equations, the description of the algorithm for dividing the area into elements, the calculation of matrix elements for discretization problem and the solution for the obtained system of non-linear equations. The results of modelling of magnetic systems using the discussed method are presented and compared with calculations performed by other programs.

P15-2018-3 (4.377.077)
Didyk A. Yu. et al.
Synthesis of Solid-State Structures and Chemical Elements under Irradiation by Bremsstrahlung γ Rays with a Maximum Energy of 10 MeV in Condensed Deuterium at a Pressure of 2.2 kbar

A high-pressure chamber filled with deuterium (DHPC) under initial pressure 2.2 kbar was irradiated during 49 h by bremsstrahlung γ rays with a maximum energy of 10 MeV. After irradiation, several particles with dimensions up to 1 mm fell out of the DHPC. On the inner surfaces of the DHPC, newly formed solid micro-objects were found in the form of crystalline and amorphous microparticles, filaments, nodules and inclusions. Investigations of the elemental composition of the revealed structures, carried out with the help of X-ray microprobe analysis, showed the presence of chemical elements in them, which were absent in the reaction chamber prior to the onset of irradiation. The following chemical elements were registered: 6C, 7N, 8O, 11Na, 12Mg, 13Al, 14Si, 15P, 16S, 17Cl, 19K, 20, 21Sc, 22Ti, 24Cr, 25Mn, 26Fe, 28Ni, 30Zn, 33As, 50Sn 82Pb. The experiment on the synthesis of chemical elements in deuterium confirms the results of previous experiments performed with other gases: hydrogen, helium and xenon.

2018-1 (14.227.816)
Brief Review of Topmost Scientific Results Obtained in 2017 at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research