(e,e'N) Reactions

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With the advent of a new generation of high energy, high duty cycle electron accelerators, a whole range of new nuclear and subnuclear phenomena can be investigated, in particular through coincidence experiments.This contribution focuses on one and two nucleon emission studies below pion threshold.After a brief review of recent experimental and theoretical work, the study of single nucleon densities through high energy (e,e'N) experiments is discussed.New insights in short-range multihadron phenomena are likely to be obtained through (e,e'p), (e,e'd) and (e,e'2N) reactions.Coincidence experiments, some of them involving polarization measurement, are described to study the free and bound nucleon electromagnetic responses.

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Mougey, Jean January 1, 1987.

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With the advent of a new generation of high energy, high duty cycle electron accelerators, a whole range of new nuclear and subnuclear phenomena can be investigated, in particular through coincidence experiments.This contribution focuses on one and two nucleon emission studies below pion threshold.After a brief review of recent experimental and theoretical work, the study of single nucleon densities through high energy (e,e'N) experiments is discussed.New insights in short-range multihadron phenomena are likely to be obtained through (e,e'p), (e,e'd) and (e,e'2N) reactions.Coincidence experiments, some of them involving polarization measurement, are described to study the free and bound nucleon electromagnetic responses.

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  • Invited Talk compiled for Workshop On Intermediate Energies: Response Functions Of The Nucleon To The Nucleus, 3-5 Jun 1987, Grenoble, France

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  • Report No.: CEBAF-PR-87-28
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Mougey, Jean. (e,e'N) Reactions, article, January 1, 1987; [Newport News, Virginia]. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc934435/: accessed May 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.