Electroproduction of the Δ(1232) and S11(1535) Resonances at High Momentum Transfer

  • Paul Stoler
Part of the Few-Body Systems book series (FEWBODY, volume 11)


The evolution of baryon resonance transition amplitudes with increasing Q 2, in order to learn more about the transition from the low Q 2 domain of the quark model to the the high Q 2 domain, where hard QCD processes play an important role, is discussed. In particular, the results of an experiment performed at Jefferson Lab. which studies the Δ(1232) and S11 (1535) resonances in the π° and η dacay channels respectively, up to Q 2 ~ 4GeV 2 /c2, and future plans to extend these measurements to higher Q 2 are presented.


Differential Cross Section Transition Form Factor Constituent Quark Model High Momentum Transfer Exclusive Reaction 
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  • Paul Stoler
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  1. 1.Physics DepartmentRPITroyUSA

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