## The leading form factor corresponds to helicity conservation h = h' = 4 or h = h' = 0. For nonleading form factor, see

- The leading form factor corresponds to helicity…
- 1984

We present a new technique which extends the quantum chromodynamic evolution formalism in order to predict the short distance behavior of multiquark wavefunctions. In particular, predictions are given for the deuteron reduced form factor in the high momentum transfer region, and rigorous constraints on the short distance effective force between two baryons… (More)

@inproceedings{Brodsky1984QuantumCE,
title={Quantum Chromodynamic Evolution of Multiquark Systems},
author={Julia Brodsky},
year={1984}
}