Mami Experimental Activity
The Mainz Microtron MAMI is shortly described followed by a sketch of the three main experimental facilities: the Al collaboration realizing a 3-spectrometer set-up, the A2 collaboration realizing a photon tagger together with numerous dedicated detectors, and the A3 collaboration realizing a facility to use polarized electrons and polarized targets for the measurement of the electric form factor of the neutron G e,n. The physics program of the first round is outlined by listing all planned experiments.
KeywordsReal Photon Triple Coincidence Electric Form Factor Neutron Target Coincidence Experiment
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