QCD and Deuteron Structure at Small Distances: Theoretical Motivations for Experiments with Beam of High Energy Polarized Deuterons in Dubna

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  • A. P. Kobushkin
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Abstract

A knowledge about deuteron structure remains one of mostly important problemes for understanding a nature of nuclear forces and so it plays the crutial role in study of a structure of more complicated nuclear objects. Because of large luminocity of dA-collisions the experimental programs which are using relativistic deuteron beams are supposed to play an important role among other programs for investigation of the deuteron structure in a range of internal momentum up to 1 GeV/c order (see, e.g., ref.l and other papers quoted here).

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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. P. Kobushkin
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  1. 1.Institute for Theoretical PhysicsKievUSSR

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