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|Title:||Strange vector form factors from parity-violating electron scattering|
|Citation:||Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2011; 299: 1-22|
|Publisher Place:||United Kingdom|
|Conference Name:||New Insights into the Structure of Matter: the First Decade of Science at Jefferson Lab (2011 : Newport News, VA, USA)|
|Kent Paschke, Anthony Thomas, Robert Michaels and David Armstrong|
|Abstract:||The simplest models might describe the nucleon as 3 light quarks, but this description would be incomplete without inclusion of the sea of glue and qq pairs which binds it. Early indications of a particularly large contribution from strange quarks in this sea to the spin and mass of the nucleon motivated an experimental program examining the role of these strange quarks in the nucleon vector form factors. The strangeness form factors can be extracted from the well-studied electromagnetic structure of the nucleon using parity-violation in electron-nuclear scattering to isolate the effect of the weak interaction. With high luminosity and polarization, and a very stable beam due to its superconducting RF cavities, CEBAF at Jefferson Lab is a precision instrument uniquely well suited to the challenge of measurements of the small parity-violating asymmetries. The techniques and results of the two major Jefferson Lab experimental efforts in parity-violation studies, HAPPEX and G0, as well as efforts to describe the strange form factors in QCD, will be reviewed.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Chemistry and Physics publications|
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