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Title Ruling out color transparency in quasi-elastic 12C(e,e'p) up to Q^2 of 14.2 (GeV/c)^2
Authors Deepak Bhetuwal,John Matter,Holly Szumila-Vance,Md Latiful Kabir,Dipangkar Dutta,Rolf Ent,Daniel Abrams,Zafar Ahmed,Bashar Aljawrneh,Sheren Alsalmi,George Ambrose,Darko Androic,Whitney Armstrong,Arshak Asaturyan,Kofi Assumin-Gyimah,Carlos Ayerbe Gayoso,Anashe Bandari,Samip Basnet,Vladimir Berdnikov,Hem Bhatt,Debaditya Biswas,Werner Boeglin,Peter Bosted,Edward Brash,Masroor Bukhari,Haoyu Chen,Jian-Ping Chen,Mingyu Chen,Michael Christy,Silviu Covrig Dusa,Kayla Craycraft,Samuel Danagoulian,Donal Day,Markus Diefenthaler,Mongi Dlamini,James Dunne,Burcu Duran,Rory Evans,Howard Fenker,Nadia Fomin,Eric Fuchey,David Gaskell,Thir Narayan Gautam,Fernando Araiza Gonzalez,Jens-Ole Hansen,Florian Hauenstein,Andres Vargas Hernandez,Tanja Horn,Garth Huber,Mark Jones,Sylvester Joosten,Abishek Karki,Cynthia Keppel,Achyut Khanal,Paul King,Edward Kinney,Ho San Ko,Michael Kohl,Nathaniel Lashley-Colthirst,Shujie Li,W.B. Li,Anusha Habarakada Liyanage,David Mack,Simona Malace,Pete Markowitz,David Meekins,Robert Michaels,Arthur Mkrtchyan,Hamlet Mkrtchyan,Shirsendu Nanda,Gabriel Niculescu,Maria Niculescu,Dien Nguyen,Nuruzzaman Nuruzzaman,Bishnu Pandey,Sanghwa Park,Eric Pooser,Andrew Puckett,Melanie Rehfuss,Joerg Reinhold,Sandra Santiesteban,Bradley Sawatzky,Gregory Smith,Abel Sun,Vardan Tadevosyan,Richard Trotta,Stephen Wood,Carlos Yero,Jinlong Zhang
JLAB number JLAB-PHY-20-3280
LANL number arXiv:2011.00703
Other number DOE/OR/23177-5074
Document Type(s) (Journal Article) 
Associated with EIC: No
Supported by Jefferson Lab LDRD Funding: No
Funding Source: Nuclear Physics (NP)
 

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Compiled for Physical Review Letters
Publication Abstract: Quasielastic 12C(e,e'p) scattering was measured at negative 4-momentum transfer squared Q^2= 8, 9.4, 11.4, and 14.2 (GeV/c)^2, the highest ever achieved to date. Nuclear transparency for this reaction was extracted by comparing the measured yield to that expected from a plane-wave impulse approximation calculation without any final state interactions. The measured transparency was consistent with no Q^2 dependence, up to proton momentum scales where earlier A(p,2p) results had indicated a rise in transparency, ruling out the quantum chromodynamics effect of color transparency at the measured Q^2 scales. These results impose strict constraints on models of color transparency for protons.
Experiment Numbers: E12-06-107
Group: Hall C
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