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23 May 2022
 
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Dispersion relation analysis of neutral pion photo- and electroproduction at threshold using the MAID and SAID solutions
S.S. Kamalov ; L. Tiator ; D. Drechsel ; R.A. Arndt ; C. Bennhold ; I.I. Strakovsky ; R.L. Workman ;
Date 11 Jul 2002
Journal Phys.Rev. C66 (2002) 065206
Subject nucl-th
AffiliationMainz), R.A. Arndt, C. Bennhold, I.I. Strakovsky, R.L. Workman (GWU
AbstractNeutral pion photo- and electroproduction at threshold is analyzed in the framework of dispersion relations. For this purpose, we evaluate the real threshold amplitudes in terms of Born contributions and dispersion integrals determined by the imaginary parts of the MAID and SAID multipoles. The results show considerable cancellations between Born terms and resonance contributions. Good agreement with the data is found for photoproduction. While our dispersion analysis suggests considerable discrepancies for electroproduction, the present state of the experimental multipole analysis at finite Q^2 does not permit drawing conclusions at this time.
Source arXiv, nucl-th/0207026
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