Richard L Walter, Professor Emeritus of Physics  

Richard L Walter

Office Location: 413 TUNL
Office Phone: (919) 660-2629, (919) 660-2626
Email Address: walter@tunl.duke.edu
Web Page: http://www.tunl.duke.edu/Directory/Faculty/walter/

Research Categories: Experimental Nuclear Physics

Research Description: Dr. Walter's reseach program is aimed at studying aspects of the two-body strong force including the study of this force inside the nuclear medium. He employs polarized neutron beams in his studies at TUNL, where he is also investigating the charge independence of the two body force. Dr. Walter is also collaborating on the preparations for the CEBAF experiments which will measure the electric and magnetic form factors of the neutron.

Recent Publications   (More Publications)

  1. Z. M. Chen and R. L. Walter and W. Tornow and G. J. Weisel and C. R. Howell, A dispersive optical model for n+Sn-120 from-15 to+80 MeV and properties of neutron single-particle and single-hole states, Journal Of Physics G-nuclear And Particle Physics, vol. 30 no. 12 (December, 2004), pp. 1847 -- 1859 .
  2. M. M. Nagadi and G. J. Weisel and R. L. Walter and J. P. Delaroche and P. Romain, Spin-spin interaction between polarized neutrons and polarized Al-27, Co-59, and Nb-93 from dispersive optical model and coupled-channel analyses, Physical Review C, vol. 70 no. 6 (December, 2004) .
  3. M. M. Nagadi and C. R. Howell and W. Tornow and G. J. Weisel and M. A. Al-ohali and R. T. Braun and H. R. Setze and Z. M. Chen and R. L. Walter and J. R. Delaroche and P. Romain, Dispersive optical-model and coupled-channels descriptions of neutron scattering from Al-27 and Co-59 up to 80 MeV, Physical Review C, vol. 68 no. 4 (October, 2003) .
  4. W. Tornow and E. M. Neidel and D. E. G. Trotter and C. R. Howell and A. S. Crowell and R. A. Macri and R. L. Walter and G. J. Weisel and J. Esterline and H. Witala and B. J. Crowe and R. S. Pedroni and D. M. Markoff, Electromagnetic effects and the long-standing three-nucleon analyzing power puzzle, Modern Physics Letters A, vol. 18 no. 2-6 (February, 2003), pp. 258 -- 261 .
  5. E. M. Neidel and W. Tornow and D. E. G. Trotter and C. R. Howell and A. S. Crowell and R. A. Macri and R. L. Walter and G. J. Weisel and J. Esterline and H. Witala and B. J. Crowe and R. S. Pedroni and D. M. Markoff, A new twist to the long-standing three-nucleon analyzing power puzzle, Physics Letters B, vol. 552 no. 1-2 (January, 2003), pp. 29 -- 34 .