By R. S. Hayano (auth.), Prof. Shinsho Oryu, Prof. Masayasu Kamimura, Prof. Souichi Ishikawa (eds.)
The first Asia-Pacific convention on Few-Body difficulties in Physics happened from August 23 to August 28, 1999, on the Noda campus of the Sci ence college of Tokyo in Noda-city and Sawayaka Chiba Kenmin Plaza in Kashiwa-city, a suburb of Tokyo with reference to the Narita-Tokyo foreign Air port, with the Frontier study heart for Computation Sciences (FRCCS) of the technological know-how collage of Tokyo because the host institute. The excessive power Accel erator learn association (KEK), the Institute of actual and Chemical learn (RIKEN), the examine heart for Nuclear Physics (RCNP)-Osaka college, the actual Society of Japan, and the organization of Asia Pacific actual Societies (AAPPS) supported this convention. The convention used to be initiated within the Asia Pacific region as a counterpart to the profitable ecu convention on Few-Body difficulties in Physics (APFB99), as well as the foreign Few-Body convention sequence and the Few physique Gordon convention sequence in North the US. The Physics of Few-Body difficulties covers, as is celebrated, platforms with finite numbers of debris not like many-body platforms with very huge numbers of debris. consequently, it covers such broad fields as mesoscopic, atom-molecular, unique atom, nucleon, hyperon, and quark-gluon physics, plus their applications.
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As is seen from this Table the main uncertainty comes from the Auger width of the daughter (38,34) state. u. u. 39 6 Conclusions 1. Theoretical uncertainty reaches the level close to the uncertainty in the antiproton (proton) mass value. Further improvement both in theory and experiment could bring us a new value for the antiproton mass, which would be more accurate than for the proton! 2. Radiative "recoil" correction for the bound antiproton should be considered. It is expected that it should be small but not negligible and should result mainly from exchange photons of small energies.
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