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2024SA20      Phys.Rev.Lett. 132, 162501 (2024)

S.N.Santiesteban, S.Li, D.Abrams, S.Alsalmi, D.Androic, K.Aniol, J.Arrington, T.Averett, C.Ayerbe Gayoso, J.Bane, S.Barcus, J.Barrow, A.Beck, V.Bellini, H.Bhatt, D.Bhetuwal, D.Biswas, A.Camsonne, J.Castellanos, J.Chen, J.-P.Chen, D.Chrisman, M.E.Christy, C.Clarke, S.Covrig, R.Cruz-Torres, D.Day, D.Dutta, E.Fuchey, C.Gal, F.Garibaldi, T.N.Gautam, T.Gogami, J.Gomez, P.Gueye, T.J.Hague, J.O.Hansen, F.Hauenstein, W.Henry, D.W.Higinbotham, R.J.Holt, C.Hyde, K.Itabashi, M.Kaneta, A.Karki, A.T.Katramatou, C.E.Keppel, P.M.King, L.Kurbany, T.Kutz, N.Lashley-Colthirst, W.B.Li, H.Liu, N.Liyanage, E.Long, A.Lovato, J.Mammei, P.Markowitz, R.E.McClellan, F.Meddi, D.Meekins, R.Michaels, M.Mihovilovic, A.Moyer, S.Nagao, D.Nguyen, M.Nycz, M.Olson, L.Ou, V.Owen, C.Palatchi, B.Pandey, A.Papadopoulou, S.Park, T.Petkovic, S.Premathilake, V.Punjabi, R.D.Ransome, P.E.Reimer, J.Reinhold, S.Riordan, N.Rocco, V.M.Rodriguez, A.Schmidt, B.Schmookler, E.P.Segarra, A.Shahinyan, S.Sirca, K.Slifer, P.Solvignon, T.Su, R.Suleiman, L.Tang, Y.Tian, W.Tireman, F.Tortorici, Y.Toyama, K.Uehara, G.M.Urciuoli, D.Votaw, J.Williamson, B.Wojtsekhowski, S.Wood, Z.H.Ye, J.Zhang, X.Zheng

Novel Measurement of the Neutron Magnetic Form Factor from A=3 Mirror Nuclei

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 3H, 3He(e-, e-), E=2.222, 4.323 GeV; measured reaction products; deduced σ(θ, E), the neutron magnetic form factor using quasielastic scattering from the mirror nuclei. Comparison with available data. Hall A at Jefferson Lab (JLab).

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.132.162501
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2022SU03      Prog.Theor.Exp.Phys. 2022, 013D01 (2022)

K.N.Suzuki, T.Gogami, B.Pandey, K.Itabashi, S.Nagao, K.Okuyama, S.N.Nakamura, L.Tang, D.Abrams, T.Akiyama, D.Androic, K.Aniol, C.Ayerbe Gayoso, J.Bane, S.Barcus, J.Barrow, V.Bellini, H.Bhatt, D.Bhetuwal, D.Biswas, A.Camsonne, J.Castellanos, J.-P.Chen, J.Chen, S.Covrig, D.Chrisman, R.Cruz-Torres, R.Das, E.Fuchey, K.Gnanvo, F.Garibaldi, T.Gautam, J.Gomez, P.Gueye, T.J.Hague, O.Hansen, W.Henry, F.Hauenstein, D.W.Higinbotham, C.E.Hyde, M.Kaneta, C.Keppel, T.Kutz, N.Lashley-Colthirst, S.Li, H.Liu, J.Mammei, P.Markowitz, R.E.McClellan, F.Meddi, D.Meekins, R.Michaels, M.Mihovilovic, A.Moyer, D.Nguyen, M.Nycz, V.Owen, C.Palatchi, S.Park, T.Petkovic, S.Premathilake, P.E.Reimer, J.Reinhold, S.Riordan, V.Rodriguez, C.Samanta, S.N.Santiesteban, B.Sawatzky, S.Sirca, K.Slifer, T.Su, Y.Tian, Y.Toyama, K.Uehara, G.M.Urciuoli, D.Votaw, J.Williamson, B.Wojtsekhowski, S.A.Wood, B.Yale, Z.Ye, J.Zhang, X.Zheng

The cross-section measurement for the 3H(e, e'K+)nnΛ reaction

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 3H(e-, e-'K+), E not given; measured reaction products; deduced σ(θ), missing mass. Comparison with Monte Carlo simulations.

doi: 10.1093/ptep/ptab158
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2021DO09      Nature(London) 590, 561 (2021), Pub.Correction Nature(London) 604, E26 (2022)

J.Dove, B.Kerns, R.E.McClellan, S.Miyasaka, D.H.Morton, K.Nagai, S.Prasad, F.Sanftl, M.B.C.Scott, A.S.Tadepalli, C.A.Aidala, J.Arrington, C.Ayuso, C.L.Barker, C.N.Brown, W.C.Chang, A.Chen, D.C.Christian, B.P.Dannowitz, M.Daugherity, M.Diefenthaler, L.El Fassi, D.F.Geesaman, R.Gilman, Y.Goto, L.Guo, R.Guo, T.J.Hague, R.J.Holt, D.Isenhower, E.R.Kinney, N.Kitts, A.Klein, D.W.Kleinjan, Y.Kudo, C.Leung, P.-J.Lin, K.Liu, M.X.Liu, W.Lorenzon, N.C.R.Makins, M.Mesquita de Medeiros, P.L.McGaughey, Y.Miyachi, I.Mooney, K.Nakahara, K.Nakano, S.Nara, J.-C.Peng, A.J.Puckett, B.J.Ramson, P.E.Reimer, J.G.Rubin, S.Sawada, T.Sawada, T.-A.Shibata, D.Su, M.Teo, B.G.Tice, R.S.Towell, S.Uemura, S.Watson, S.G.Wang, A.B.Wickes, J.Wu, Z.Xi, Z.Ye

The asymmetry of antimatter in the proton

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1,2H(p, μ+), (p, μ-), E=120 GeV; measured reaction products. 1H; deduced antimatter asymmetry in the proton.

doi: 10.1038/s41586-021-03282-z
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2020BA36      Phys.Rev. C 102, 015205 (2020)

S.K.Barcus, D.W.Higinbotham, R.E.McClellan

How analytic choices can affect the extraction of electromagnetic form factors from elastic electron scattering cross section data

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(e, e), E=180, 315, 450, 585, 720, 855 MeV; analyzed Mainz experimental σ(E) data with 1422 cross section points and 31 normalization parameters using different regression algorithms with theory-motivated constraints, and fit with unbound and bound polynomials, and different binning choices; deduced total χ2, electromagnetic form factors. 1H; deduced proton charge radius, and proton electric form factor. Comparison with CODATA-2014 value.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.102.015205
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