Bulten, H. J. and Anthony, P. L. and Arnold, R. G. and Arrington, J. and Beise, E. J. and Belz, E. and Van Bibber, K. and Bosted, P. E. and van den Brand, J. F. J. and Chapman, M. S. and Coulter, K. P. and Dietrich, F. S. and Ent, R. and Epstein, M. and Filippone, B. W. and Gao, H. and Gearhart, R. A. and Geesaman, D. F. and Hansen, J.-O. and Holt, R. J. and Jackson, H. E. and Jones, C. E. and Keppel, C. E. and Kinney, E. and Kuhn, S. E. and Lee, K. and Lorenzon, W. and Lung, A. and Makins, N. C. R. and Margaziotis, D, J. and McKeown, R. D. and Milner, R. G. and Mueller, B. and Napolitano, J. and Nelson, J. and O'Neill, T. G. and Papavassiliou, V. and Petratos, G. G. and Potterveld, D. H. and Rock, S. E. and Spengos, M. and Szalata, Z. M. and Tao, L. H. and White, J. L. and Zeidman, B. (1995) Exclusive Electron Scattering from Deuterium at High Momentum Transfer. Physical Review Letters, 74 (24). pp. 4775-4778. ISSN 0031-9007 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:BULprl95
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Cross sections are presented for the reaction 2H(e,e′p)n for momentum transfers in the range 1.2≤Q^2≤6.8 (GeV/c)^2 and for missing momenta from 0 to 250 MeV/c. The longitudinal-transverse interference structure function has been separated at Q^2 = 1.2 (GeV/c)^2. The observables are compared to calculations performed in nonrelativistic and relativistic frameworks. The data are best described by a fully relativistic calculation.
|Additional Information:||©1995 The American Physical Society. Received 4 November 1994. We are grateful to Professor H. Arenhövel and Professor J. Tjon for performing calculations on a dense grid of kinematics, covering our experimental acceptance. This work was supported in part by the Department of Energy under Contracts No. W-31-109-ENG-38 (Argonne), No. DE-FG02-86ER40269 (Colorado), No. W-2705-Eng-48 (LLNL), No. DE-AC02-76ER03069 (MIT), No. DE-AC03-76SF00515 (SLAC), No. DE-FG03-88ER40439 (Stanford), and by the National Science Foundation under Grants No. PHY-9014406 and No. PHY-9114958 (American), No. PHY-9115574 (Caltech), No. PHY-9101404 (CSLA), No. PHY-9208119 (RPI), and No. PHY-9316221 (Wisconsin). R.G.M. acknowledges the support of a Presidential Young Investigator Award from NSF. B.W.F. acknowledges the support of a Sloan Foundation Fellowship.|
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