By R. G. Milner (auth.), Hartmuth Arenhövel, Hartmut Backe, Dieter Drechsel, Jörg Friedrich, Karl-Heinz Kaiser, Thomas Walcher (eds.)
This rigorously edited lawsuits quantity presents an in depth assessment and research of the paintings performed during the last two decades on the Mainz Microtron (MAMI). This learn situated round the software of Quantum Chromodynamics within the strictly nonperturbative regime at hadronic scales of approximately 1 fm. as a result of many levels of freedom in hadrons at this scale the leitmotiv of this study is "Many physiology of strongly interacting systems". extra, an outlook at the learn with the coming near near improve of MAMI is given.
This quantity is an authoritative resource of reference for everybody drawn to the sphere of the electro-weak probing of the constitution of hadrons.
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In the ﬁrst (second) beam time in 1997 (2000) the averaged target polarization was 32% (36%). The 3 He-target consisted of a spherical glass container (diameter 9 cm) with two cylindrical extensions sealed with oxygen-free 25 μm Cu windows. The Cu windows were positioned outside of the acceptance of the spectrometer (∼ 5 cm) and shielded with Pb blocks to minimize background from beam-window interactions. 5 and compressed to an operating pressure of 5 bar with a two-stage titanium compressor .
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Many Body Structure of Strongly Interacting Systems: Refereed and selected contributions from the symposium “20 Years of Physics at the Mainz Microtron MAMI” by R. G. Milner (auth.), Hartmuth Arenhövel, Hartmut Backe, Dieter Drechsel, Jörg Friedrich, Karl-Heinz Kaiser, Thomas Walcher (eds.)