Study of light nuclei by polarization observables in electron scattering

Simon Širca

SciPost Phys. Proc. 3, 048 (2020) · published 27 February 2020

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24th European Few Body Conference

Abstract

Electron-induced proton, neutron and deuteron knock-out remains the most versatile probe of the electro-magnetic properties and spin structure of light nuclei. The advent of highly polarized beams and targets and improvements in recoil polarization methods, as well as analysis and simulation techniques, have enabled us to study the static and dynamical properties of few-body systems with unprecedented precision. Recent experiments at Jefferson Lab and MAMI are presented and put into perspective of state-of-the art Faddeev calculations, with focus on the $^\mathbf{3}\mathbf{He}$ nucleus.


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