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TitleInelastic Scattering Of Electrons By Protons
Author(s)Cone, A. A.; Chen, K. W.; Dunning, J. R. Jr.; Hartwig, G.; Ramsey, N. F.; Walker, J. K.; Wilson, R.
Publication DateDecember 1966
Report NumberHUX--2752-21
Unique IdentifierACC0282
Other NumbersOSTI ID: 4375654
Research OrgHarvard University, Cambridge, Mass.; Department of Physics
Contract NoAT(30-1)2752
Sponsoring OrgU.S. Atomic Energy Commission (AEC)
Other InformationPhys. Rev., 156: 1490-1507(Apr. 25, 1967)
SubjectN34110 -- Physics (High Energy) -- Particle Interactions & Properties (Experimental) -- Electromagnetic; Dispersion Relations; Electrons; Excitation; Gev Range; Interactions; Momentum; Resonances; Production; Protons; Quantum Mechanics; Resonance; Scattering; Scattering Amplitude
KeywordsParticle Physics
Related Web PagesNorman Ramsey and the Separated Oscillatory Fields Method
AbstractThe inelastic scattering of electrons by protons has been measured at incident electron energies up to 5 BeV/c and momentum transfers q{sup 2}=4(BeV/c){sup 2}. Excitation of known nucleon resonances at M=1238, 1512, 1688 and possibly 1920 MeV have been observed. The calculations for the resonance at M=1238 MeV have been compared with calculations by Adler based on the dispersion theory of Chew, Goldberger, Low and Nambu. The agreement is good. Qualitative models are discussed for the other resonances.
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