study of nuclear effects in deep inelastic muon scattering
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 1988
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Uppsala University, Distributor, Almqvist & Wiksell International , Uppsala, Stockholm, Sweden
Muons  Scattering  Measurement., Deep inelastic collisions., Nuclear struc
Statement  by Frans Lettenström. 
Series  Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis., 23 
Classifications  

LC Classifications  QC793.5.M428 L48 1988 
The Physical Object  
Pagination  ii, 133 p. : 
ID Numbers  
Open Library  OL1793819M 
ISBN 10  9155422837 
LC Control Number  89192803 
Get this from a library. study of nuclear effects in deep inelastic muon scattering book A study of nuclear effects in deep inelastic muon scattering. [Frans Lettenström]. It is shown that the recent Fermilab μp data are compatible with field theoretic expectations, based on a conventional small uncharmed SU(3) symmetric Cited by: 1.
Electron scattering has been a powerful tool in the study of nucleon and nuclear structure. Because the interaction of the electron is well undertstood in parison of muon and electron scattering, sum rules results, and collateral experi deep inelastic electron scattering measurements were carried by: Deep inelastic scattering is the name given to a process used to probe the insides of hadrons (particularly the baryons, such as protons and neutrons), using electrons, muons and provided the first convincing evidence of the reality of quarks, which up until that point had been considered by many to be a purely mathematical is a relatively new process.
Nuclear Physics A () cc NorthHolland, Amsterdam c NUCLEAR EFFECTS IN DEEP INELASTIC SCATTERING Ulrich Landgraf (NMC Collaboration) CERN, Division PPE and University of Freiburg, Germany.
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1 Introduction Nuclear effects show up in deep inelastic scattering, when it is observed that the structure function of a nucléon embedded in a nucleus Cited by: 4. Nuclear effects on R=σL/σT in deepinelastic scattering. of the pion and lead to the study of cold nuclear matter effects.
in deep inelastic muonnucleus scattering at an incident muon. Deepinelastic leptonnuclear scattering (DILNS) experiments [1–3] have focused the attention to many important aspects of nuclear and particle physics.
The main question raised by these experiments is: Where is the boundary between the interpretation in terms of quarks and that in terms of effective nucleons and mesons degrees of freedom?Author: S. Shlomo, S. Akulinichev, S. Kulagin, G. Vagradov. The nuclear effects in the neutrino–nucleus chargedcurrent inelastic scattering process is studied by analyzing the CCFR and NuTeV data.
The structure functions F2(x,Q2) and xF3(x,Q2) as well as differential cross sections are calculated by using CTEQ parton distribution functions and the EKRS and HKN nuclear parton distribution functions, and these are Cited by: 6.
@article{osti_, title = {Deep inelastic Compton scattering and muon pair photoproduction in the rest frame parton model}, author = {Mena, B. and de Jesus, R.}, abstractNote = {A rest frame parton model of a proton composed soley of three fractionally charged, point Dirac quarks is applied to deep inelastic proton Compton scattering and muon pair photoproduction off a.
The MINERvA collaboration reports a novel study of neutrinonucleus chargedcurrent deep inelastic scattering (DIS) using the same neutrino beam incident on targets of polystyrene, graphite, iron, and lead.
Results are presented as ratios of C, Fe, and Pb to CH. The ratios of total DIS cross sections as a function of neutrino energy and fluxintegrated differential cross Cited by: nuclear shadowing with the the axialvector current in neutrino scattering.
PACS numbers: +g, Pt Deep inelastic scattering (DIS) has played an important role in the history of physics [1].
Starting with the con rmation of the quark parton model [2], highenergy DIS experiments, mainly using charged leptons (muons. The authors extend the approach used to treat quasielastic inclusive electronnucleus scattering to the deep inelastic region.
They provide a general approach to describe lepton scattering from an offshell nucleon, and calculate the ratio of inclusive deep inelastic scattering cross sections to the deuteron for nuclear matter and helium (EMCeffect).Author: O. Benhar, V.R. Pandharipande, I. Sick.
Electron scattering occurs when electrons are deviated from their original is due to the electrostatic forces within matter interaction or, if an external magnetic field is present, the electron may be deflected by the Lorentz force.
[citation needed] This scattering typically happens with solids such as metals, semiconductors and insulators; and is a limiting factor in Electric Charge: −1 e, −(35)×10−19 C.
We study the tensor structure function b1(x,Q2) in deep inelastic scattering of an electron from a polarized deuteron target. We model the electronnucleon cross section at the starting point for Author: William Detmold.
l.C Experimental Status of Deep Inelastic Scatterirtg 7. ' 1.D Theoretical Speculations in Deep Inelastic Scattering 11 l.E Related Topics 13 2 IBE APPARATUS 2.A Introduction 17 2.B Muon Beam Transport 18 2.C Beam Detection 20 2.D ometer 22 OIAM'ER 3 SETUP AND DATA TAKING 3.A.
Introduction proton out (elastic scattering) or a neutron (quasielastic scattering) or a bunch of hadrons (inelastic scattering). Since the proton breaks up, it must be composite. So maybe we can probe the stu inside using electron, muons and neutrinos.
June HUGS and with the predicted onset of nuclear shadowing with the axialvector current in neutrino scattering. DOI: /PhysRevD Deep inelastic scattering (DIS) has played an important role in the history of physics [1].
Starting with the confirmation of the quark parton model [2], highenergy DISexperiments,mainlyusingchargedleptons Cited by: Semiinclusive measurements of deep inelastic electron scattering from nuclei provide a unique testing ground to study the process of hadron formation. The e ects of the nuclear medium can be extracted by comparing the production under di erent kinematic conditions of di erent hadronic species from di erent target nuclei.
@article{osti_, title = {Coulomb corrections to deepinelastic electron or muon scattering from nuclei}, author = {CalvaTellez, E and Yennie, D R}, abstractNote = {The Coulomb corrections of relative order alpha.
to inelastic electron and muon scattering are examined. Deep Inelastic Scattering with the SPS Muon Beam k k' q p Muon Proton Fig. Deep inelastic muon–nucleon scattering in lowest order. structure of the target nucleon. Charged lepton scattering can be mediated through neutralcurrent γ or Z exchange, or through charged current W± exchange.
AtAuthor: Gerhard K Mallot, Rüdiger Voss. The structure functions F2 p and/z 2 ~ measured by deep inelastic muon scattering at incident energies of 90 and GeV are presented.
These measurements cover a large kinematic range, ~. energy loss scattering of electrons from the nucleon (the generic name for the proton and neutron), a process soon to be dubbed deep inelastic scattering.
Beam energies up to 21 GeV, the highest electron energies then available, and large electron fluxes, made it possible to study. The decay of the resonance is a prominent mechanism leading to the appearance of pions in the final state.
A detailed discussion of both coherent and incoherent pion productions can be found in [22, 23] Deep Inelastic Scattering. From the observational point of view, the DIS regime corresponds to hadronic final states with more than one by: 7.
Instructors answer to part A: Both elastic and inelastic scattering are possible, but inelastic is more probable; This is because there is a large amount of "excess" energy (~ Mev) available in the compound nucleus, and it takes little time ([tex]. Description; Chapters; Supplementary; The proceedings of DIS present the most updated status of deep inelastic scattering (DIS) physics.
Topics like structure function measurements and phenomenology, QCD studies in DIS and photoproduction, spin physics and diffractive interactions are reviewed in detail, with emphasis on those studies that push the test.
Deep inelastic scattering.
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At low energies electrons and protons make elastic collisions and the scattering angles are quite small. At very high energies however there was an apparent loss of energy and the scattering angle was big. quasi elastic scattering (QES), resonance pion production (RES) and deep inelastic scattering (DIS).
All three processes cont ribute in the scattering if the neutrino energy is ~1 GeV. At high neutrino energy, DIS dominates over all the processes. Deep inelastic scattering (DIS) is an experimental tool to study the properties of the. The Structure of the Proton: Deep Inelastic Scattering (Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics) by R.
Roberts (Author) › Visit Amazon's R. Roberts Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. to perturbative quantum chromodynamics and nuclear effects." Gabriel Karl, ScienceCited by: 2. Inelastic scattering of nuclear particles (onestep excitation of collective state) In the case of inelastic excitations (where the mass of a and b are equal) we define 2 ().
4 21 ab ab lsj a mmm DW lsj abbamm m lsj k S EEks sq p = + åå () The cross sections are computed in units ofmb sr/, where1 10mb fm cm==2 The File Size: KB. Structure Evidence from Deep Inelastic Scattering In the energy range up to GeV, the cross section for elastic scattering of electrons from carbon nuclei drops dramatically since it becomes more and more improbable for the carbon nucleus to.
Nuclear and Particle Physics Claude Amsler Chapter 18 Deep inelastic electron–proton scattering The experimental evidence for spin1 2 constituents in the nucleon has already been discussed for the weak interaction in neutrino–quark scattering (section ).
We now examine in more detail the quark structure of the nucleon from another.Measurement of structure function of nucleon F 2 (x, Q 2) of the bound nucleon in deep inelastic muon scattering from carbon.
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The second EMC  effect in quark models for spectroscopy. Nuclear structure and deep inelastic scattering. QCDevolution of nuclear structure functions at large X.
Deep inelastic nuclear reactions with electrons.Quasielastic Scattering: (Target changes but no break up) νμ+ n →μ−+ p Nuclear Resonance Production: (Target goes to excited state) νμ+ n →μ−+ p + π0 (N* or Δ) n + π+ DeepInelastic Scattering: (Nucleon broken up) νμ+ quark →μ−+ quark’ • Neutral  Current: Z0 exchange Elastic Scattering: (Target unchanged) νμ+ N.






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