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TitleNucleon Form Factors above 6 GeV
Author(s)Taylor, R. E.
Publication DateSeptember 1967
Report NumberSLAC-PUB--372
Unique IdentifierACC0171
Other NumbersCONF-670923--4; OSTI ID: 4572534
Research OrgStanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC), California
Contract NoAT(04-3)-515
Sponsoring OrgU.S. Atomic Energy Commission (AEC)
Other InformationFrom 3rd International Symposium on Electron and Photon Interactions at High Energies, Stanford, California
SubjectN34110 -- Physics (High Energy) -- Particle Interactions & Properties (Experimental)-- Electromagnetic; Angular Distribution; Counters; Cross Sections; Elastic Scattering; Electrons; Form Factor; Gev Range; Interactions; Momentum; Protons; Spectrometers
KeywordsParticle Accelerators; Protons -- interactions e + p --> e + p at 0.7 to 25.0 GeV/c, magnetic spectrometer and total absorption shower counter study of cross sections for, (E); Nucleons -- form factors above 6 GeV, (E); Electrons -- interactions e + p --> e + p at 0.7 to 25.0 GeV/c, magnetic spectrometer and total absorption shower counter study of cross sections for, (E)
Related Web PagesJerome I. Friedman, Henry W. Kendall,Richard E. Taylor and the Development of the Quark
AbstractThis report describes the results from a preliminary analysis of an elastic electron-proton scattering experiment... . We have measured cross sections for e-p scattering in the range of q{sup 2} from 0.7 to 25.0 (GeV/c){sup 2}, providing a large region of overlap with previous measurements. In this experiment we measure the cross section by observing electrons scattered from a beam passing through a liquid hydrogen target. The scattered particles are momentum analyzed by a magnetic spectrometer and identified as electrons in a total absorption shower counter. Data have been obtained with primary electron energies from 4.0 to 17.9 GeV and at scattering angles from 12.5 to 35.0 degrees. In general, only one measurement of a cross section has been made at each momentum transfer.
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