- Conference date: 30 May-3June 2006
- Location: Rio Grande, Puerto Rico (USA)
Electromagnetic meson production is an important tool in the investigation of the structure of the nucleon. Consequently, a series of meson photo‐ and electroproduction experiments have been performed with the CLAS detector at Jefferson Lab. In this overview I will report on measurements of cross sections, as well as recent and upcoming measurements of single‐ and double‐polarization observables in meson photoproduction. The data will greatly constrain partial‐wave analyses and reduce model‐dependent uncertainties in the extraction of nucleon resonance properties.
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