2 Electron-proton radius coincidence Another interesting idea connects the classical proton radius and gravitational radius of the electron by an exact equation as follows: [r.
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They also cover progress in the description of electron-proton scattering at short distances and in elastic and quasi-elastic scattering.
In our setup with these combined electron-proton detectors on both hemispheres, we are able to define two observable asymmetries: [B.
In West Germany last month, for the first time, operators of the new 30-billion-electron-volt electron-proton collder at the Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron stored an electron beam in the accelerator's recently completed electron ring.
The maximum number of genuine electron-proton coincidences never amounted to more than a few per minute.
However, VLEPP will be built at Serpukhov, so as to give the opportunity for eventually building connections to UNK and obtaining high-energy electron-proton and positron-proton collisions.
The experiment will make use of the existing apparatus for the NIST proton-trap lifetime experiment, which can provide substantial background reduction by providing an electron-proton coincidence trigger.
Electron-proton coincidence events are counted as a function of the neutron spin state to extract a measurement of D.