Structure of the proton.

@article{Feynman1974StructureOT,
  title={Structure of the proton.},
  author={R. Feynman},
  journal={Science},
  year={1974},
  volume={183 4125},
  pages={
          601-10
        }
}
Protons are not fundamental particles but seem to be made of simpler elements called quarks. The evidence for this is given. But separated quarks have never been seen. A struggle to explain this seeming paradox may be leading us to a clearer view of the precise laws of the proton's structure and other phenomena of high energy physics. 
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    Plot of the longitudnal recoil polarization of proton I L versus ǫ
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