Measuring the strangeness radius of the proton

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Parity violation in elastic ep scattering determines the elastic weak neutral current form factors G^Z(sub)E(q^2) and G^Z(sub)M(q^2) which are directly analogous to the familiar electromagnetic elastic form factors.By using the Standard Model of electroweak interactions and invoking strong isospin for the nucleon, the weak neutral current form factors may be expressed in terms of their electromagnetic counterparts and the strange quark vector form factors G^(S)(sub)E(q^2) and G^(S)(sub)M(q^2).Previous authors have argued that it is feasible to measure G^(S)(sub)E(q^2=0) in this way.In this paper, we show one may also measure G^(S)(sub)E(q^2) at finite q^2 in a separate experiment.Within certain models, it should ... continued below

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Napolitano, James November 1, 1990.

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Parity violation in elastic ep scattering determines the elastic weak neutral current form factors G^Z(sub)E(q^2) and G^Z(sub)M(q^2) which are directly analogous to the familiar electromagnetic elastic form factors.By using the Standard Model of electroweak interactions and invoking strong isospin for the nucleon, the weak neutral current form factors may be expressed in terms of their electromagnetic counterparts and the strange quark vector form factors G^(S)(sub)E(q^2) and G^(S)(sub)M(q^2).Previous authors have argued that it is feasible to measure G^(S)(sub)E(q^2=0) in this way.In this paper, we show one may also measure G^(S)(sub)E(q^2) at finite q^2 in a separate experiment.Within certain models, it should be possible to extract the

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page(s) 1473-1475

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  • Journal Name: Physical Review C; Journal Volume: 43

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Napolitano, James. Measuring the strangeness radius of the proton, article, November 1, 1990; [Newport News, Virginia]. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc930769/: accessed May 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.