Axial Vector Form Factor GAN for the N→ ∆(1232) Transition

  • Latifa Elouadrhiri
  • CLAS collaboration
Part of the Few-Body Systems book series (FEWBODY, volume 11)


Using current algebra and the Partially Conserved Axial Vector Current hypothesis (PCAC) for soft pions, the ep → e′ Δ++ π <Stack><Subscript><Emphasis Type=“Italic”>soft</Emphasis></Subscript><Superscript>−</Superscript></Stack> cross section near threshold can be related to the axial vector form factor G<Stack><Subscript>><Emphasis Type=“Italic”>A</Emphasis></Subscript><Superscript>><Emphasis Type=“Italic”>N</Emphasis>Δ</Superscript></Stack> for the N → Δ(1232) transition. The first priliminary data from this reaction from the CLAS detector at Jefferson Lab is presented.


Axial Vector Current Algebra Transition Form Factor Soft Pion Emphasis Type 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Latifa Elouadrhiri
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  • CLAS collaboration
  1. 1.Christopher Newport University1 University PlaceUSA
  2. 2.Jefferson LaboratoryNewport NewsUSA

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