Measurement of the EMC effect in light and heavy nuclei

@article{Arrington2021MeasurementOT,
  title={Measurement of the EMC effect in light and heavy nuclei},
  author={John R. Arrington and Jason Bane and Aji Daniel and Nadia Fomin and David J. Gaskell and J. Seely and R. A. Asaturyan and Fatiha Benmokhtar and Werner U. Boeglin and Peter Bosted and Masroor H. S. Bukhari and M. Eric Christy and Simon Henry Connell and Mark Macrae Dalton and Donal Day and James A. Dunne and D. Dutta and L. El Fassi and Rolf Ent and Howard C. Fenker and H. Gao and Roy J. Holt and T. Horn and Ed. V. Hungerford and M. K. Jones and Juerg Jourdan and N. Kalantarians and C. Keppel and Daniela Kiselev and Allison Lung and Simona Malace and David George Meekins and T. Mertens and Hamlet Mkrtchyan and Gabriel Niculescu and Ioana Niculescu and David H. Potterveld and C. F. Perdrisat and Vina Punjabi and Xin Qian and P E Reimer and J. Roche and V. M. Rodriguez and Oscar Antonio Rondon and Elaine Carol Schulte and K. Slifer and G. R. Smith and Patricia Solvignon and Vardan Tadevosyan and L. G. Tang and Gabriel Testa and Roman Trojer and Vladas Tvaskis and Frank R. Wesselmann and Stephen A. Wood and L. J. Yuan and X. Zheng},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2021}
}
J. Arrington, 2 J. Bane, 4 A. Daniel, 6 N. Fomin, 4, 6 D. Gaskell, J. Seely, R. Asaturyan, ∗ F. Benmokhtar, W. Boeglin, P. Bosted, M.H.S. Bukhari, M.E. Christy, S. Connell, † M.M. Dalton, 8 D. Day, J. Dunne, D. Dutta, 15 L. El Fassi, R. Ent, H. Fenker, H. Gao, 15 R.J. Holt, T. Horn, 8, 16 E. Hungerford, M.K. Jones, J. Jourdan, N. Kalantarians, C.E. Keppel, 13 D. Kiselev, ‡ A.F. Lung, S. Malace, D.G. Meekins, T. Mertens, H. Mkrtchyan, G. Niculescu, I. Niculescu, D.H. Potterveld, C. Perdrisat, V… 

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