Electromagnetic Studies in Nuclei

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This talk is devoted to a brief review of the experimental program for the new generation of multi GeV continuous beam electron accelerator facilities. First, the kinematic variables used in electron scattering are reviewed, three experiments which are representative of previous work in this field are described, and some comparisons are made between electron and hadronic probes. The main part of the talk then describes seven experiemnts proposed for the future. These are concerned with the structure of light nuclei, the structure of mesons, and baryons, the influence of the nuclear medium on hadronic interaction, and the weak interactions.

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Gross, Franz March 1, 1985.

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This talk is devoted to a brief review of the experimental program for the new generation of multi GeV continuous beam electron accelerator facilities. First, the kinematic variables used in electron scattering are reviewed, three experiments which are representative of previous work in this field are described, and some comparisons are made between electron and hadronic probes. The main part of the talk then describes seven experiemnts proposed for the future. These are concerned with the structure of light nuclei, the structure of mesons, and baryons, the influence of the nuclear medium on hadronic interaction, and the weak interactions.

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  • Invited Talk compiled for Int. Conf. on Hadronic Probes and Nuclear Interactions, Tempe, AZ, Mar 11-14, 1985.

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Gross, Franz. Electromagnetic Studies in Nuclei, article, March 1, 1985; [Newport News, Virginia]. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc926158/: accessed July 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.