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|Title:||Strangeness in the nucleon: what have we learned?|
|Citation:||Rivista del Nuovo Cimento, 2012 / vol.35, iss.4, pp.3-10|
|Publisher:||Editrice Compositori Bologna|
|Conference Name:||From Parity Violation to Hadronic Structure, PAVI11 (05 Sep 2011 : Rome)|
|A. W. Thomas, P. E. Shanahan and R. D. Young|
|Abstract:||We review the state of our knowledge concerning the contribution of strange quarks to various nucleon properties. in the case of the electric and magnetic form factors, the level of agreement between theory and experiment is very satisfactory and gives us considerable confidence in our capacity to make reliable calculations within non-perturbative QCD. In view of the importance of the scalar form factors to the detection of dark matter candidates such as neutralinos, we place a particular emphasis on the determination of the πN and strange quark sigma commutators.|
|Rights:||© Società Italiana di Fisica|
|Appears in Collections:||Chemistry and Physics publications|
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