Physics at Virginia

"Probing Nucleons Inside Nucleus"

Seonho Choi , Seoul National University
[Host: Nilanga Liyanage]
The interior world of the nucleus is still a mystery in nuclear physics. While it is well known that the nucleus is made of nucleons, their properties inside the nucleus are still a big puzzle. There has been a series of experiments to probe the nucleons inside the nucleus. However, the results are still controversial. One main remaining question is regarding the Coulomb Sum Rule (CSR). The colloquium will cover the basic concept of probing microscopic world with high energy electron beams, the key issues of the CSR problem and the recent, new experiment at Jefferson Lab to study the CSR problem.
Friday, March 28, 2008
4:00 PM
Physics Building, Room 204
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