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Exclusive nuclear response to an electromagnetic probe

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The nuclear response is studied in exclusive processes such as one- and two-nucleon knockout by an electromagnetic probe. The theoretical framework is the one-photon exchange approximation. The special role of the different theoretical ingredients is discussed with particular reference to nucleon-nucleon correlations, final-state interactions and reaction mechanism. An extension to high energy and momentum transfer is also considered where precursor phenomena connected with colour transparency may occur.

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Lectures given at the Indian-Summer School on Electron Scattering from Nucleons and Nuclei, Prague (The Czech Republic), September 1994.

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Boffi, S. Exclusive nuclear response to an electromagnetic probe. Czech J Phys 45, 101–119 (1995). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01724515

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Keywords

  • Colour
  • Reaction Mechanism
  • Special Role
  • Momentum Transfer
  • Exchange Approximation