Vadim R. Skoy

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The experimental investigations of the 14.1 MeV neutron induced nuclear reactions, (n, n), (n, n'γ), (n, 2n), (n,f) and (n,f) on a number of important for neutron-nuclear physics nuclei are the first priority scientific research in the frame of the new project TANGRA (Tagged Neutrons & Gamma Rays) [1], which has been recently started at Frank Laboratory of(More)
A Ramsey's method with pulsed neutrons is discussed for neutron spin manipulation in a time reversal (T) symmetry violation experiment. The neutron spin (s n) is aligned to the direction of a vector product of the nuclear spin ( I ) and the neutron momentum ( k n) for the measurement of a T-odd correlation term, which is represented as s n · ( k n × I ),(More)
The work is dedicated to the measurement of the angular distribution of γ-rays with energy of 4.438 MeV produced in inelastic scattering of neutrons with energy of 14.1 MeV on C. As a source of “tagged” neutrons a portable neutron generator ING-27 (designed and manufactured by VNIIA in Moscow) with built-in 64-pixel silicon α-detector was used. The(More)
Time (T) violation can be related with charge-parity (CP) violation through the CPT theorem. The CP violation was discovered experimentally in the K0-meson decays about 35 years ago. The T violating interaction related with the CP violation violates parity as well. However, an extension of the theory beyond the locality of the interactions might violate the(More)
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