New measurements of the European Muon Collaboration effect in very light nuclei.

@article{Seely2009NewMO,
  title={New measurements of the European Muon Collaboration effect in very light nuclei.},
  author={John Seely and Anderegg Daniel and David Gaskell and John Arrington and Nadia Fomin and Patrizia Solvignon and R. Asaturyan and F. Benmokhtar and Werner U. Boeglin and B{\'e}n{\'e}dicte Boillat and Peter E. Bosted and Antje. Bruell and Masroor H Shah Bukhari and Mi. E. Christy and Ben Clasie and Stuart Connell and M. M. Dalton and Donal B. Day and James A. Dunne and Dipak Kumar Dutta and L El Fassi and Rolf Ent and Howard Fenker and Bradley Filippone and He N Gao and Chris Hill and Roy J. Holt and Tommy Horn and E. Hungerford and M Keston Jones and J{\"u}rg Jourdan and N. Kalantarians and Cinthia Keppel and Denis Kiselev and Martin Kotulla and Changhee Lee and A. F. Lung and S. P. Malace and D. G. Meekins and Thierry Mertens and Hamlet Mkrtchyan and T. Navasardyan and Gheorghe Niculescu and Ionut-Mihai Niculescu and Hikaru Nomura and Yuriko Okayasu and A. K. Opper and Charles Perdrisat and David. H. Potterveld and Vina Punjabi and Xiaohua Qian and Paul Reimer and Jean-Rodolphe Roche and V Marchante Rodriguez and Oscar A. Rondon and Eric Schulte and E K Segbefia and Karl Slifer and Granny Smith and V. R. Tadevosyan and Setsuko Tajima and L. Tang and Giuseppina Testa and Roman Trojer and Vladas Tvaskis and W. F. Vulcan and Franz Wesselmann and S. A. Wood and Jason Wright and Luqi Yuan and Xiao Zheng},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2009},
  volume={103 20},
  pages={202301}
}
New Jefferson Lab data are presented on the nuclear dependence of the inclusive cross section from (2)H, (3)He, (4)He, (9)Be and (12)C for 0.3 < x < 0.9, Q(2) approximately 3-6 GeV(2). These data represent the first measurement of the EMC effect for (3)He at large x and a significant improvement for (4)He. The data do not support previous A-dependent or… CONTINUE READING