First measurement of the polarization observable E in the p→(γ→,π+)n reaction up to 2.25 GeV

  title={First measurement of the polarization observable E in the p→($\gamma$→,$\pi$+)n reaction up to 2.25 GeV},
  author={S. Strauch and William J. Briscoe and Michael Doring and Eberhard Klempt and V. A. Nikonov and Eugene Pasyuk and Deborah Ronchen and Andrey V. Sarantsev and Igor I. Strakovsky and Ron Workman and K. Adhikari and Dasuni Adikaram and M D Anderson and S. Anefalos Pereira and A. V. Anisovich and Rafael Badui and J. Ball and V. Batourine and M. Battaglieri and I. Bedlinskiy and Nawal Benmouna and Angela Biselli and James Brock and William Brooks and Volker Burkert and T. Cao and C. Carlin and D. S. Carman and Andrea Celentano and Shloka Chandavar and Gabriel Charles and Luca Colaneri and Philip Lawrence Cole and Nicholas Compton and M. Contalbrigo and Olga Cortes and Volker Crede and Natalya Dashyan and A. D’angelo and Raffaella De Vita and Enzo De Sanctis and Alexandre Deur and Chaden Djalali and Michael Dugger and R. Dupr{\'e} and Hovanes Egiyan and A. El Kacimi Alaoui and Lamiaa El Fassi and Latifa Elouadrhiri and Paul Michael Eugenio and G. Fedotov and Stuart Fegan and A. Filippi and J. A. Fleming and Tony Andrew Forest and Ahmed Fradi and Nerses Gevorgyan and Y. S. Ghandilyan and Kevin Giovanetti and F. Girod and D. I. Glazier and Wesley Gohn and E. N. Golovatch and Ralf W. Gothe and Keith A. Griffioen and Michel Guidal and L . B. Guo and Kawtar Hafidi and Hrachya Hakobyan and Charles Hanretty and Nathan Harrison and M. Hattawy and Kenneth H. Hicks and Dao Ho and Maurik Willem Holtrop and S. M. Hughes and Y. Ilieva and David Ireland and B. S. Ishkhanov and E. Isupov and David G. Jenkins and H. Jiang and H. S. Jo and Kyungseon Joo and Sylvester Joosten and Christopher Keith and Dustin Keller and George Khachatryan and M. Khandaker and Andrey Kim and W. Kim and Andi Klein and F. Klein and Valery Kubarovsky and Sebastian E. Kuhn and Paolo Lenisa and Kenneth Livingston and H. Y. Lu and I J D Macgregor and Nikolai Markov and B. Mckinnon and David George Meekins and Christopher Meyer and V. I. Mokeev and Rachel Montgomery and C. I. Moody and Herv{\'e} Moutarde and Aram Movsisyan and E. Munevar and Carlos Mu{\~n}oz Camacho and P. Nadel-Turonski and Lelia Net and Silvia Niccolai and Gabriel Niculescu and Ioana Niculescu and Mikhail Osipenko and Alexander Ostrovidov and K. Park and Peng Peng and William Phelps and J J Phillips and Silvia Pisano and O. I. Pogorelko and S G Pozdniakov and Joseph Price and S{\'e}bastien Procureur and Yelena Prok and Dan Protopopescu and Andrew Puckett and Brian A. Raue and Marco Ripani and Barry Ritchie and Alessandro Rizzo and G. Rosner and Priyashree Roy and F. Sabati'e and C. Salgado and Diane Schott and Reinhard A Schumacher and Erin Seder and Mikell Lee Seely and Igor Senderovich and Yu. Sharabian and Ani Simonyan and Iu. A. Skorodumina and G. D. Smith and Daniel I. Sober and Daria Sokhan and N Sparveris and Paul Stoler and Stepan Stepanyan and V. V. Sytnik and Mauro Gino Taiuti and Ye Tian and Arjun Trivedi and Ross J. Tucker and Maurizio Ungaro and H. Voskanyan and Eric Voutier and Natalie Kathleen Walford and D P Watts and X. Wei and Martin Wood and N. Zachariou and Lorenzo Zana and J. Zhang and Z. W. Zhao and Irene Zonta},
  journal={Physics Letters B},
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