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Theoretical Particle Physics

Publications

Nuclear Shadowing in Electro-Weak Interactions

Publicaciones

Nuclear Shadowing in Electro-Weak Interactions

Research areas:

Física Teórica de Partículas

Year:

2013

Type of Publication:

In Proceeding

Authors:

Journal:

Prog.Part.Nucl.Phys.

Volume:

68

Pages:

76

Abstract:

Shadowing is a quantum phenomenon leading to a non-additivity of electroweak cross sections on nucleons bound in a nucleus. It occurs due to destructive interference of amplitudes on different nucleons. Although the current experimental evidence for shadowing is dominated by charged-lepton nucleus scattering, studies of neutrino nucleus scattering have recently begun and revealed unexpected results. Shadowing is a quantum phenomenon leading to a non-additivity of electroweak cross sections on nucleons bound in a nucleus. It occurs due to destructive interference of amplitudes on different nucleons. Although the current experimental evidence for shadowing is dominated by charged-lepton-nucleus scattering, studies of neutrino-nucleus scattering have recently begun and revealed unexpected results.

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