Nucleon Structure Functions and Nuclear DIS
- Conference date: 26-28 July 2004
- Location: Marseille (France)
The nucleon structure study in nuclear deep inelastic scattering is considered. It is shown that nuclear data provide a new source of information about dynamics of parton distributions in the nucleon. An exmple of the neutron structure function extraction from the deuteron and proton data is considered. The limit x → 1 of the neutron to proton structure functions ratio is studied. A link between the deep inelastic scattering off the nucleon at high x and elastic scattering off nuclei in high Q 2 region is discussed.
- Inelastic scattering
- Nuclear structure
- Inelastic nucleon scattering
- Nuclear data analysis
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