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JLAB12

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JLAB12 includes a suite of experiments at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility, of the United States Department of Energy (DOE). The laboratory is dedicated to the study of nuclear physics and is equipped with an electron accelerator of intermediate energy (~ 10 GeV) and four experimental rooms, A, B C and D, equipped with the typical instrumentation of particle physics experiments. The aim of the experiments is to study the dynamics and internal structure of hadrons and nuclei through the diffusion of electrons (longitudinally polarized) against nuclear targets. The main areas of interest from the JLab12 collaboration are: nucleon and nuclei form factors; structure functions of the nucleon; weak electron-nucleon interactions; meson spectroscopy; properties of hypernuclei; research of antimatter and physics beyond the Standard Model.

 

Link: https://www.ge.infn.it/jlab12/

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