Leonid G. Levchuk

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The role of the motion of bound electrons in target atoms in electron beam polarization measurements by means of M611er scattering is discussed . It is shown that this effect can result in an essential overestimate of the asymmetry. This overestimate considerably exceeds the uncertainty of the target polarization, and, therefore, the effect should be taken(More)
K. G. Fissum,* M. Liang, B. D. Anderson, K. A. Aniol, L. Auerbach, F. T. Baker, J. Berthot, W. Bertozzi, P.-Y. Bertin, L. Bimbot, W. U. Boeglin, E. J. Brash, V. Breton, H. Breuer, E. Burtin, J. R. Calarco, L. S. Cardman, G. D. Cates, C. Cavata, C. C. Chang, J.-P. Chen, E. Cisbani, D. S. Dale, C. W. de Jager, R. De Leo, A. Deur, B. Diederich, P. Djawotho, J.(More)
The proton analyzing power Ay in pion production reaction −→p d → π0 3He has been calculated including oneand two-body meson production mechanisms with a proper treatment of the three-nucleon dynamics and an accurate solution of the 3N bound-state problem for phenomenological two-nucleon potentials. In the region around the ∆ resonance, the structure of the(More)
Positive pion electroproduction from the deuteron near threshold has been considered within an approach based on the unitary transformation method. The gauge independence of the treatment is provided by using an explicitly gauge independent expression for the reaction amplitude. The results of calculations for kinematics of the experiments on forward-angle(More)
We measured the cross section and response functions for the quasielastic 16O(e,e'p) reaction for missing energies 25< or =E(m)< or =120 MeV at missing momenta P(m)< or =340 MeV/c. For 25<E(m)<50 MeV and P(m) approximately 60 MeV/c, the reaction is dominated by a single 1s(1/2) proton knockout. At larger P(m), the single-particle aspects are increasingly(More)
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