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|Title:||Perspectives in nuclear physics|
|Citation:||The European Physical Journal. Special Topics, 2011 / vol.198, iss.1, pp.381-390|
|Conference Name:||The European Physical Journal. Special Topics (23 Sep 2011 : Mainz)|
|Abstract:||We discuss some of the many important questions in modern subatomic physics that have been addressed over the past two decades at Mainz. These achievements range from precision studies of nucleon form factors, to nucleon spectroscopy, novel probes of nucleon structure such as virtual Compton scattering and fundamental tests of quantum chromodynamics. In the future one may expect to see this effort expanded to precision tests of physics beyond the Standard Model.|
|Rights:||Copyright EDP Sciences, Springer-Verlag 2011|
|Appears in Collections:||Physics publications|
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