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HYPERNUCLEAR SPECTROSCOPY WITH ELECTRON BEAM AT JLab HALL C

Author:
Fujii, Y.  Chiba, A.  Doi, D.  Gogami, T.  Hashimoto, O.  Kanda, H.  Kaneta, M.  Kawama, D.  Maeda, K.  Maruta, T.  Matsumura, A.  Nagao, S.  Nakamura, S. N.  Shichijo, A.  Tamura, H.  Taniya, N.  Yamamoto, T.  Yokota, K.  Kato, S.  Sato, Y.  Takahashi, T.  Noumi, H.  Motoba, T.  Hiyama, E.  Albayrak, I.  Ates, O.  Chen, C.  Christy, M.  Keppel, C.  Kohl, M.  Li, Y.  Liyanage, A.  Tang, L.  Walton, T.  Ye, Z.  Yuan, L.  Zhu, L.  Baturin, P.  Boeglin, W.  Dhamija, S.  Markowitz, P.  Raue, B.  Reinhold, J.  Hungerford, Ed V.  Ent, R.  Fenker, H.  Gaskell, D.  Horn, T.  Jones, M.  Smith, G.  Vulcan, W.  Wood, S. A.  Johnston, C.  Simicevic, N.  Wells, S.  Samanta, C.  Hu, B.  Shen, J.  Wang, W.  Zhang, X.  Zhang, Y.  Feng, J.  Fu, Y.  Zhou, J.  Zhou, S.  Jiang, Y.  Lu, H.  Yan, X.  Ye, Y.  Gan, L.  Ahmidouch, A.  Danagoulian, S.  Gasparian, A.  Elaasar, M.  Wesselmann, F. R.  Asaturyan, A.  Margaryan, A.  Mkrtchyan, A.  Mkrtchyan, H.  Tadevosyan, V.  Androic, D.  Furic, M.  Petkovic, T.  Seva, T.  Niculescu, G.  Niculescu, I.  Lopez, V. M. Rodrguez  Cisbani, E.  Cusanno, F.  Garibaldi, F.  Uuciuoli, G. M.  De Leo, R.  Maronne, S.  


Journal:
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MODERN PHYSICS E-NUCLEAR PHYSICS


Issue Date:
2010


Abstract(summary):

Hypernuclear spectroscopy with electron beam at JLab Hall C has been studied since 2000. The first experiment, JLab E89-009, demonstrated the possibility of the (e,e'K(+)) reaction for hypernuclear spectroscopy by achieving an energy resolution of better than 1 MeV (FWHM). The second experiment, JLab E01-011 employed a newly constructed high resolution kaon spectrometer and introduced a vertically tilted electron arm setup to avoid electrons from bremsstrahlung and Moeller scattering. The setup allowed us to have 10 times yield rate and 4 times better signal to accidental ratio with expected energy resolution of 400 keV (FWHM). The third experiment, JLab E05-115 will be performed in 2009 with employing newly constructed high resolution electron spectrometer and a new charge-separation magnet. With the fully customized third generation experimental setup, we can study a variety of targets up to medium-heavy ones such as (52)Cr.


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