Spin Response of the Nucleon in the Resonance Region

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I discuss recent results from CLAS and Hall A at Jefferson Lab on the measurement of inclusive spin structure functions in the nucleon resonance region using polarized electron beams and polarized targets. Results on the first moment of the spin structure function for protons and neutrons will be discussed, as well as the Bjorken integral. I will argue that the helicity structure of individual resonances plays a vital role in understanding the nucleon's spin response in the domain of strong interaction QCD, and must be considered in any analysis of the nucleon spin structure at low and intermediate photon virtuality.

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Burkert, Volker D. August 1, 2002.

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I discuss recent results from CLAS and Hall A at Jefferson Lab on the measurement of inclusive spin structure functions in the nucleon resonance region using polarized electron beams and polarized targets. Results on the first moment of the spin structure function for protons and neutrons will be discussed, as well as the Bjorken integral. I will argue that the helicity structure of individual resonances plays a vital role in understanding the nucleon's spin response in the domain of strong interaction QCD, and must be considered in any analysis of the nucleon spin structure at low and intermediate photon virtuality.

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  • 2nd Asia Pacific Conference On Few-Body Problems In Physics (APFB 02), Shanghai (CN), 08/27/2002--08/30/2002

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Burkert, Volker D. Spin Response of the Nucleon in the Resonance Region, article, August 1, 2002; Newport News, Virginia. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc733907/: accessed December 12, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.