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1993

Gerald Alvin Peterson

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Transverse Form Factors Of 117sn, H Baghaei, J Dubach, M B. Frodyma, R S. Hicks, R A. Miskimen, Gerald Alvin Peterson Jul 1993

Transverse Form Factors Of 117sn, H Baghaei, J Dubach, M B. Frodyma, R S. Hicks, R A. Miskimen, Gerald Alvin Peterson

Gerald Alvin Peterson

Transverse elastic and inelastic form factors for low-lying levels in 117Sn have been measured by 180° electron scattering in the momentum transfer range qeff=1.1–2.4 fm-1. The simple independent-particle model fails to account for these data, predicting form factors that are much too large. In better quantitative agreement with the data are the results of more detailed calculations that allow for configuration mixing of valence nucleons, as well as first-order core polarization. As in the similar case of 205Tl, these calculations successfully predict the presence of a deep diffraction minimum observed in the intermediate q region of ...


Ground-State Magnetization Density Of 89y, J E. Wise, J R. Calarco, J P. Connelly, S A. Fayans, F W. Hersman, J H. Heisenberg, R S. Hicks, W Kim, T E. Milliman, R A. Miskimen, Gerald Alvin Peterson May 1993

Ground-State Magnetization Density Of 89y, J E. Wise, J R. Calarco, J P. Connelly, S A. Fayans, F W. Hersman, J H. Heisenberg, R S. Hicks, W Kim, T E. Milliman, R A. Miskimen, Gerald Alvin Peterson

Gerald Alvin Peterson

Elastic electron scattering cross sections have been measured for 89Y at 180° for 0.72


Measurements Of Transverse Electron Scattering From The Deuteron In The Threshold Region At High Momentum Transfers, M Frodyma, R G. Arnold, D Benton, P E. Bosted, L Clogher, G Dechambrier, A T. Katramatou, J Lambert, A Lung, G G. Petratos, A Rahbar, S E. Rock, Z M. Szalata, B Debebe, R S. Hicks, A Hotta, Gerald Alvin Peterson Mar 1993

Measurements Of Transverse Electron Scattering From The Deuteron In The Threshold Region At High Momentum Transfers, M Frodyma, R G. Arnold, D Benton, P E. Bosted, L Clogher, G Dechambrier, A T. Katramatou, J Lambert, A Lung, G G. Petratos, A Rahbar, S E. Rock, Z M. Szalata, B Debebe, R S. Hicks, A Hotta, Gerald Alvin Peterson

Gerald Alvin Peterson

Deuteron electrodisintegration cross sections near 180' have been measured near breakup threshold for the four-momentum transfer squared Q' range 1.21—2.76 (GeV/c) . Evidence for a change of slope in the cross section near Q =1 (GeV/c ) has been obtained. The data are compared to nonrelativistic calculations, which predict a strong influence of meson-exchange currents. The data are also compared to a hybrid quark-hadron model ~ None of these calculations agrees with the data over the entire measured range of Q'. The ratio of inelastic structure functions W, (Q', E„~)/Wz(Q', E„~)is extracted from the present ...


Measurements Of The Electric And Magnetic Form Factors Of The Neutron From Q2=1.75 To 4.00 (Gev/C)2, A Lung, L M. Stuart, P E. Bosted, L Andivahis, J Alster, R G. Arnold, C C. Chang, F S. Dietrich, W R. Dodge, R Gearhart, J Gomez, K A. Griffioen, R S. Hicks, R A. Miskimen, Gerald Alvin Peterson Feb 1993

Measurements Of The Electric And Magnetic Form Factors Of The Neutron From Q2=1.75 To 4.00 (Gev/C)2, A Lung, L M. Stuart, P E. Bosted, L Andivahis, J Alster, R G. Arnold, C C. Chang, F S. Dietrich, W R. Dodge, R Gearhart, J Gomez, K A. Griffioen, R S. Hicks, R A. Miskimen, Gerald Alvin Peterson

Gerald Alvin Peterson

Quasielastic e-d cross sections have been measured at forward and backward angles. Rosenbluth separations were done to obtain RL and RT at Q2=1.75, 2.50, 3.25, and 4.00 (GeV/c)2. The neutron form factors GEn and GMn have been extracted using a nonrelativistic model. The sensitivity to deuteron wave function, relativistic corrections, and models of the inelastic background are reported. The results for GMn are consistent with the dipole form, while GEn is consistent with zero. Comparisons are made to theoretical models based on vector meson dominance, perturbative QCD, and QCD sum rules, as well ...