Jefferson Lab Weekly Briefs May 5, 2016
Jefferson Lab Weekly Briefs
May 5, 2016
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Center for Theoretical and Computational Physics
One fascinating aspect of hadrons is the close connection between their internal structure and their excitation spectrum. Recent theoretical work has studied the effect of the Delta resonance on the nucleon's large-distance structure, which results from the generation of a "pion cloud" and can be calculated using methods of chiral effective field theory. It is found that the Delta resonance has a substantial effect on the nucleon's charge and magnetization densities, confirming general predictions of Quantum Chromodynamics in the so-called multicolor limit.
Jefferson Lab Calendar of Events
May 16-19: Precision Radiative Corrections for Next-Generation Experiments workshop
Environment, Health, Safety and Quality
Safety Configuration Management
Provide Your Feedback on the 2016 Jefferson Lab Open House
Pressure and Vacuum System Owner Training SAF 130C Offered on May 10
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