Neutron spin structure from e-3He scattering with double spectator tagging at the electron-ion collider

@article{Frii2021NeutronSS,
  title={Neutron spin structure from e-3He scattering with double spectator tagging at the electron-ion collider},
  author={I. Fri{\vs}{\vc}i{\'c} and Dien Nguyen and J.R. Pybus and Alexander M. Jentsch and Efrain Segarra and Mark David Baker and O. Hen and Douglas W. Higinbotham and Richard G. Milner and Arun S. Tadepalli and Z. Tu and J. Rittenhouse West},
  journal={Physics Letters B},
  year={2021}
}
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