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2021SU25      Nat.Phys. 17, 687 (2021), Erratum Nat.Phys. 18, 473 (2022)

V.Sulkosky, C.Peng, J.Chen, A.Deur, S.Abrahamyan, K.A.Aniol, D.S.Armstrong, T.Averett, S.L.Bailey, A.Beck, P.Bertin, F.Butaru, W.Boeglin, A.Camsonne, G.D.Cates, C.-C.Chang, S.Choi, E.Chudakov, L.Coman, J.C.Cornejo, B.Craver, F.Cusanno, R.De Leo, C.W.de Jager, J.D.Denton, S.Dhamija, R.Feuerbach, J.M.Finn, S.Frullani, K.Fuoti, H.Gao, F.Garibaldi, O.Gayou, R.Gilman, A.Glamazdin, C.Glashausser, J.Gomez, J.-O.Hansen, D.Hayes, F.W.Hersman, D.W.Higinbotham, T.Holmstrom, T.B.Humensky, C.E.Hyde, H.Ibrahim, M.Iodice, X.Jiang, L.J.Kaufman, A.Kelleher, K.E.Keister, W.Kim, A.Kolarkar, N.Kolb, W.Korsch, K.Kramer, G.Kumbartzki, L.Lagamba, V.Laine, G.Laveissiere, J.J.Lerose, D.Lhuillier, R.Lindgren, N.Liyanage, H.-J.Lu, B.Ma, D.J.Margaziotis, P.Markowitz, K.R.McCormick, M.Meziane, Z.-E.Meziani, R.Michaels, B.Moffit, P.Monaghan, S.Nanda, J.Niedziela, M.Niskin, R.Pandolfi, K.D.Paschke, M.Potokar, A.Puckett, V.A.Punjabi, Y.Qiang, R.D.Ransome, B.Reitz, R.Roche, A.Saha, A.Shabetai, S.Sirca, J.T.Singh, K.Slifer, R.Snyder, P.Solvignon, R.Stringer, R.Subedi, W.A.Tobias, N.Ton, P.E.Ulmer, G.M.Urciuoli, A.Vacheret, E.Voutier, K.Wang, L.Wan, B.Wojtsekhowski, S.Woo, H.Yao, J.Yuan, X.Zhan, X.Zheng, L.Zhu

Measurement of the generalized spin polarizabilities of the neutron in the low-Q2 region

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 3He(polarized e-, e-), E=1.1-4.4 GeV; measured reaction products, Eβ, Iβ. 1NN; deduced transverse-transverse and longitudinal-transverse interference σ, generalized neutron spin polarizabilities. Comparison with chiral effective field theory calculations.

doi: 10.1038/s41567-021-01245-9
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2017PU05      Phys.Rev. C 96, 055203 (2017); Erratum Phys.Rev. C 98, 019907 (2018)

A.J.R.Puckett, E.J.Brash, M.K.Jones, W.Luo, M.Meziane, L.Pentchev, C.F.Perdrisat, V.Punjabi, F.R.Wesselmann, A.Afanasev, A.Ahmidouch, I.Albayrak, K.A.Aniol, J.Arrington, A.Asaturyan, H.Baghdasaryan, F.Benmokhtar, W.Bertozzi, L.Bimbot, P.Bosted, W.Boeglin, C.Butuceanu, P.Carter, S.Chernenko, M.E.Christy, M.Commisso, J.C.Cornejo, S.Covrig, S.Danagoulian, A.Daniel, A.Davidenko, D.Day, S.Dhamija, D.Dutta, R.Ent, S.Frullani, H.Fenker, E.Frlez, F.Garibaldi, D.Gaskell, S.Gilad, R.Gilman, Y.Goncharenko, K.Hafidi, D.Hamilton, D.W.Higinbotham, W.Hinton, T.Horn, B.Hu, J.Huang, G.M.Huber, E.Jensen, C.Keppel, M.Khandaker, P.King, D.Kirillov, M.Kohl, V.Kravtsov, G.Kumbartzki, Y.Li, V.Mamyan, D.J.Margaziotis, A.Marsh, Y.Matulenko, J.Maxwell, G.Mbianda, D.Meekins, Y.Melnik, J.Miller, A.Mkrtchyan, H.Mkrtchyan, B.Moffit, O.Moreno, J.Mulholland, A.Narayan, S.Nedev, Nuruzzaman, E.Piasetzky, W.Pierce, N.M.Piskunov, Y.Prok, R.D.Ransome, D.S.Razin, P.Reimer, J.Reinhold, O.Rondon, M.Shabestari, A.Shahinyan, K.Shestermanov, S.Sirca, I.Sitnik, L.Smykov, G.Smith, L.Solovyev, P.Solvignon, R.Subedi, E.Tomasi-Gustafsson, A.Vasiliev, M.Veilleux, B.B.Wojtsekhowski, S.Wood, Z.Ye, Y.Zanevsky, X.Zhang, Y.Zhang, X.Zheng, L.Zhu

Polarization transfer observables in elastic electron-proton scattering at Q2 = 2.5, 5.2, 6.8, and 8.5 GeV2

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(polarized e, e)p, E<5.717 GeV; measured elastically scattered electrons by a large-solid-angle electromagnetic calorimeter (BigCal) in coincidence with the scattered protons, polarization of recoiling protons by focal plane polarimeter (FPP), proton angular distributions and azimuthal asymmetries, focal-plane helicity difference/sum ratio asymmetry, analyzing powers at JLab's Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility (CEBAF); deduced ratio of the proton's electric and magnetic form factors μpGpE/GpM. Comparison with other experimental data, and with theoretical predictions.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.96.055203
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2010FU13      Int.J.Mod.Phys. E19, 2480 (2010)

Y.Fujii, A.Chiba, D.Doi, T.Gogami, O.Hashimoto, H.Kanda, M.Kaneta, D.Kawama, K.Maeda, T.Maruta, A.Matsumura, S.Nagao, S.N.Nakamura, A.Shichijo, H.Tamura, N.Taniya, T.Yamamoto, K.Yokota, S.Kato, Y.Sato, T.Takahashi, H.Noumi, T.Motoba, E.Hiyama, I.Albayrak, O.Ates, C.Chen, M.Christy, C.Keppel, M.Kohl, Y.Li, A.Liyanage, L.Tang, T.Walton, Z.Ye, L.Yuan, L.Zhu, P.Baturin, W.Boeglin, S.Dhamija, P.Markowitz, B.Raue, J.Reinhold, Ed.V.Hungerford, R.Ent, H.Fenker, D.Gaskell, T.Horn, M.Jones, G.Smith, W.Vulcan, S.A.Wood, C.Johnston, N.Simicevic, S.Wells, C.Samanta, B.Hu, J.Shen, W.Wang, X.Zhang, Y.Zhang, J.Feng, Y.Fu, J.Zhou, S.Zhou, Y.Jiang, H.Lu, X.Yan, Y.Ye, L.Gan, A.Ahmidouch, S.Danagoulian, A.Gasparian, M.Elaasar, F.R.Wesselmann, A.Asaturyan, A.Margaryan, A.Mkrtchyan, H.Mkrtchyan, V.Tadevosyan, D.Androic, M.Furic, T.Petkovic, T.Seva, G.Niculescu, I.Niculescu, V.M.Rodriguez Lopez, E.Cisbani, F.Cusanno, F.Garibaldi, G.M.Uuciuoli, R.De Leo, S.Maronne

Hypernuclear spectroscopy with electron beam at JLab HALL C

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 7Li, 12C, 28Si(E, EK+)7He/12B/28Al, E=1.2 GeV; measured reaction products; deduced hypernuclear spectroscopy, missing mass spectrum.

doi: 10.1142/S0218301310016983
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2010PU02      Phys.Rev.Lett. 104, 242301 (2010)

A.J.R.Puckett, E.J.Brash, M.K.Jones, W.Luo, M.Meziane, L.Pentchev, C.F.Perdrisat, V.Punjabi, F.R.Wesselmann, A.Ahmidouch, I.Albayrak, K.A.Aniol, J.Arrington, A.Asaturyan, H.Baghdasaryan, F.Benmokhtar, W.Bertozzi, L.Bimbot, P.Bosted, W.Boeglin, C.Butuceanu, P.Carter, S.Chernenko, E.Christy, M.Commisso, J.C.Cornejo, S.Covrig, S.Danagoulian, A.Daniel, A.Davidenko, D.Day, S.Dhamija, D.Dutta, R.Ent, S.Frullani, H.Fenker, E.Frlez, F.Garibaldi, D.Gaskell, S.Gilad, R.Gilman, Y.Goncharenko, K.Hafidi, D.Hamilton, D.W.Higinbotham, W.Hinton, T.Horn, B.Hu, J.Huang, G.M.Huber, E.Jensen, C.Keppel, M.Khandaker, P.King, D.Kirillov, M.Kohl, V.Kravtsov, G.Kumbartzki, Y.Li, V.Mamyan, D.J.Margaziotis, A.Marsh, Y.Matulenko, J.Maxwell, G.Mbianda, D.Meekins, Y.Melnik, J.Miller, A.Mkrtchyan, H.Mkrtchyan, B.Moffit, O.Moreno, J.Mulholland, A.Narayan, S.Nedev, Nuruzzaman, E.Piasetzky, W.Pierce, N.M.Piskunov, Y.Prok, R.D.Ransome, D.S.Razin, P.Reimer, J.Reinhold, O.Rondon, M.Shabestari, A.Shahinyan, K.Shestermanov, S.Sirca, I.Sitnik, L.Smykov, G.Smith, L.Solovyev, P.Solvignon, R.Subedi, E.Tomasi-Gustafsson, M.Veilleux, B.B.Wojtsekhowski, S.Wood, Z.Ye, Y.Zanevsky, X.Zhang, Y.Zhang, X.Zheng, L.Zhu

Recoil Polarization Measurements of the Proton Electromagnetic Form Factor Ratio to Q2=8.5 GeV2

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.104.242301
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2002DA06      J.Phys.(London) G28, 321 (2002)

S.Dahiya, M.Kaur, S.Dhamija

Bunching Parameter Analysis and Multifractal Multiplicity Distributions in Hadron-Hadron and Hadron-Nucleus Interactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(p, X), E(cm)=13.9-62.2 GeV; 1H(π-, X), E(cm)=16.63-21.68 GeV; 1H(π+, X), E(cm)=16.66-21.68 GeV; 1H(K-, X), E(cm)=16.63 GeV; 1H(K+, X), E(cm)=16.64-21.68 GeV; Ne(π-, X), (π+, X), E=30-64 GeV; Au, W(p, X), E=200, 400 GeV; calculated charged particle multiplicity using Multifractal negative binomial distributions, bunching parameters. Comparison with data.

doi: 10.1088/0954-3899/28/2/310
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2002DH01      J.Phys.(London) G28, 1239 (2002)

S.Dhamija, M.Kaur, S.Dahiya

Inclusive Studies of Pion-Nucleus Interactions in the Framework of the Lund Fragmentation Model

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Ag, Br(π-, X), E=50 GeV; measured fragments multiplicity, pseudorapidity distributions; deduced reaction mechanism features. Multistring model analysis, Lund fragmentation scheme.

doi: 10.1088/0954-3899/28/6/307
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2002DH04      Can.J.Phys. 80, 1571 (2002)

S.Dhamija, M.Kaur, S.Dahiya

Analysis of pion-nucleus interactions in the framework of a multistring model

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Ag, Br(π-, X), E=50, 200, 340, 525 MeV; analyzed shower particle multiplicity, pseudorapidity distributions. Multistring model, Monte Carlo approach.

doi: 10.1139/p02-074
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2001DH01      Phys.Rev. C63, 035201 (2001)

S.Dhamija, M.Kaur, S.Dahiya

Analysis of Hadron-Nucleus Interactions in the Framework of Two Multistring Models

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Ag, Br(p, X), E at 200-800 GeV/c; analyzed fast and slow particles pseudorapidity, multiplicity distributions. Two multistring models compared.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.63.035201
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