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We report the results of a new Rosenbluth measurement of the proton electromagnetic form factors at Q2 values of 2.64, 3.20, and 4.10 GeV2. Cross sections were determined by detecting the recoiling proton, in contrast to previous measurements which detected the scattered electron. Cross sections were determined to 3%, with relative uncertainties below 1%.(More)
The Canadian Penning Trap mass spectrometer has made mass measurements of 33 neutron-rich nuclides provided by the new Californium Rare Isotope Breeder Upgrade facility at Argonne National Laboratory. The studied region includes the 132Sn double shell closure and ranges in Z from In to Cs, with Sn isotopes measured out to A=135, and the typical measurement(More)
BACKGROUND Nasal colonization with methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in the community is being increasingly reported, but there is a general lack of data on MRSA colonization in children in chronic care institutions and on colonization rates in Israeli children. OBJECTIVES To define the rate of MRSA nasal colonization in a generally healthy(More)
The (3,4)(Lambda)H and (4)(Lambda)H hypernuclear bound states have been observed for the first time in kaon electroproduction on (3,4)He targets. The production cross sections have been determined at Q(2)=0.35 GeV2 and W=1.91 GeV. For either hypernucleus the nuclear form factor is determined by comparing the angular distribution of the(More)
Separated longitudinal and transverse cross sections for charged pion electroproduction from 1 H, 2 H, and 3 He were measured at Q 2 ෇ 0.4 ͑GeV͞c͒ 2 for two values of the invariant mass, W ෇ 1.15 GeV and W ෇ 1.60 GeV, in a search for a mass dependence which would signal the effect of nuclear pions. This is the first such study that includes recoil momenta(More)
Separated longitudinal and transverse cross sections for charged pion electroproduction from (1)H, (2)H, and (3)He were measured at Q(2) = 0.4 (GeV/c)(2) for two values of the invariant mass, W = 1.15 GeV and W = 1.60 GeV, in a search for a mass dependence which would signal the effect of nuclear pions. This is the first such study that includes recoil(More)
  • G A R I N O, M A B E R, +13 authors X K A R U ~ A M A
  • 2010
Proton propagation in nuclei was studied using the (e,elp) reaction in the quasifree region. The coincidence (e,elp) cross sections were measured at an electron angle of 50.4" and proton angles of 50. lo, 58.2", 67.9", and 72.9" for I2C, " ~ 1 , 58Ni, and I8'Ta targets at a beam energy of 779.5 MeV. The average outgoing proton energy was 180 MeV. The ratio(More)