Physical Review C
The E12-14-012 experiment, performed in Jefferson Lab Hall A, has collected exclusive electron-scattering data (e, e'p) in parallel kinematics using natural argon and natural titanium targets. Here we report the first results of the analysis of the data set corresponding to beam energy 2222 GeV, electron scattering angle 21.5 degrees, and proton emission angle -50°. The differential cross sections, measured with ≈ 4% uncertainty, have been studied as a function of missing energy and missing momentum, and compared to the results of Monte Carlo simulations, obtained from a model based on the distorted-wave impulse approximation.
Original Publication Citation
Gu, L., Abrams, D., Ankowski, A. M., Jiang, L., Aljawrneh, B., Alsalmi, S., et al., Jefferson Lab Hall, C. (2021). Measurement of the Ar(e, e' p) and Ti(e, e' p) cross sections in Jefferson Lab Hall A. Physical Review C, 103(3), 1-13, Article 034604. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.103.034604
Gu, L.; Abrams, D.; Ankowski, A.M.; Jiang, L.; Aljawrneh, B.; Alsalmi, S.; Hauenstein, F.; Hyde, C.; et al.; and The Jefferson Lab Hall A. Collaboration, "Measurement of the Ar(e, e' p) and Ti(e, e' p) Cross Sections in Jefferson Lab Hall A" (2021). Physics Faculty Publications. 521.