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dc.contributor.advisorThomas, Anthony William-
dc.contributor.advisorZanotti, James-
dc.contributor.authorTronchin, Stephen-
dc.description.abstractThe ratio of the in-medium to free nucleon structure functions for both the unpolarized and polarized case is obtained using the bag model, along with the QMC model to incorporate the in-medium modifications to the structure functions. The unpolarized EMC effect, F₂*(x)/F₂(x), is compared to data and the trend is certainly observed. A prediction of the polarized EMC effect, g₁*(x)/g₁(x), is made and found to be almost identical to the unpolarized case. The in-medium modifications; the σ mean field, Fermi motion, and ω mean field are included into the calculations one at a time to see how the EMC ratio develops for both the unpolarized and polarized case, and to see which in-medium modifications play the dominant role in producing the EMC effect.en
dc.subjectEMC effecten
dc.subjectdeep-inelastic scatteringen
dc.subjectin-medium changeen
dc.titleStructure functions in medium and the polarized EMC effecten
dc.contributor.schoolSchool of Physical Sciencesen
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dc.description.dissertationThesis (MPhil) -- University of Adelaide, School of Physical Sciences, 2018en
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