Past and future of high Q2 3 body physics at SLAC
The nuclear physics program at SLAC is currently dominated by the study of constituents of nuclei. The EMC effect indicates that additional degrees of freedom exist in nuclei and probably in the three body system. Past measurements of electron scattering cross sections from 3He at large Q2 and large x are consistent with the EMC effect. Future measurements of elastic scattering from 3H using a LiT solid target are discussed.
KeywordsElastic Scattering Deep Inelastic Scattering Neutron Cross Section Elastic Form Factor Quark Cluster
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