Extraction of electromagnetic neutron form factors through inclusive and exclusive polarized electron scattering on a polarized 3 He target

@article{Golak2001ExtractionOE,
  title={Extraction of electromagnetic neutron form factors through inclusive and exclusive polarized electron scattering on a polarized 3 He target},
  author={Jacek Golak and G. Ziemer and Hiroyuki Kamada and H. Witała and W.Gloeckle Ruhr-Universitaet and Bochum and Jagellonian University and Cracow},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2001},
  volume={63},
  pages={034006}
}
Inclusive 3He(e,e') and exclusive 3He(e,e'n) processes with polarized electrons and 3He have been theoretically analyzed and values for the magnetic and electric neutron form factors have been extracted. In both cases the form factor values agree well with the ones extracted from processes on the deuteron. Our results are based on Faddeev solutions, modern NN forces and partially on the incorporation of mesonic exchange currents. 
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