Consequences of the Quark Structure of Hadrons in Nuclei
The quark substructure of nucleons in nuclei must be accounted for in a consistent calculation of (weak and electromagnetic) observables if the corresponding properties of the nucleons are derived from this substructure. The Pauli principle requires exchange contributions that lead to a violation of commonly used prescriptions like factorization of the nuclear form factor, scaling in quasielastic electron scattering and separation of nuclear and nucleon effects in Fermi smearing in deep-inelastic electron scattering.
KeywordsForm Factor Exchange Term Magnetic Form Factor Nucleon Form Factor Charge Form Factor
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