# Universality of T-odd effects in single spin and azimuthal asymmetries

@article{Boer2003UniversalityOT,
title={Universality of T-odd effects in single spin and azimuthal asymmetries},
author={Daniel Boer and Piet J. Mulders and Fetze Pijlman},
journal={Nuclear Physics},
year={2003},
volume={667},
pages={201-241}
}
• Published 5 March 2003
• Physics
• Nuclear Physics

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