Spin Structure at Long Distance: Workshop Proceedings
Jian-Ping Chen, Wally Melnitchouk, Karl Slifer
American Inst. of Physics, Aug 4, 2009 - Science - 188 pages
Spin structure data at low momentum transfer, or equivalently at large light-cone distance, are highly valuable for investigating fundamental properties of the nucleon, such as the hyperfine splitting of the hydrogen atom and spin sum rules. Long distance also represents the region most suitable for applications of chiral effective theory an effective approach to QCD. This workshop gathered the field's experts to discuss the latest results and to plot a course forward for the Jefferson Lab spin physics program.
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