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    R. G. Roberts
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    Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (November 30, 1990)
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Series: Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics. Paperback: 196 pages.

This analysis of the proton reveals that it is made up of quarks that are bound interactively together with gluons. Understanding this detailed substructure and the fundamental forces responsible for it is one of the keys to unraveling the physics of the structure of matter. Series: Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics. Publisher: Cambridge University Press (November 26, 1993).

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Deep inelastic scattering: experiments on the proton and the observation of scaling. Nobel Lecture, December 8, 1990. by. He n r y w. ke n D a L L. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. I Introduction. Results from the inelastic studies arrived swiftly: the momentum transfer dependence of the deep inelastic cross sections was found to be weak, and the deep inelastic form factors - which embodied the information about the proton structure - depended unexpectedly only on a single variable rather than the two allowed by kinematics alone.

During inelastic scattering the proton can break up into its constituent quarks which then form a hadronic je.

During inelastic scattering the proton can break up into its constituent quarks which then form a hadronic jet. At high q2 this is known as deep inelastic scattering (DIS). 57. x f(x, µ 2 GeV).

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Roberts R G Structure of the Proton: Deep Inelastic Scattering (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990). Workshop on Deep Inelastic Scattering and QCD (Eds J-F’Laporte, Y’Sirois, Paris, 1995)

Roberts R G Structure of the Proton: Deep Inelastic Scattering (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990). Workshop on Deep Inelastic Scattering and QCD (Eds J-F’Laporte, Y’Sirois, Paris, 1995). Altarelli G, Stirling W J Particle World 1 40 (1989); Altarelli G, Nason P,’Ridolfi G Phys.

This book describes our present knowledge of protons and neutrons. Experiments using high-energy electrons, muons, and neutrinos reveal that the proton is made up of point-like constituents, i.e. quarks. The strong forces that bind quarks together, gluons, are described in terms of the modern theory of quantum chromodynamics (QCD). Larger and newer particle accelerators provide an opportunity to see deeper into the proton and probe the interactions between quarks and gluons at shorter distances. An understanding of this detailed substructure and of the fundamental forces responsible is one of the keys to unraveling the physics of the structure of matter.