- Conference date: 6–11 October 2008
- Location: Charlottesville (Virginia)
Two very different applications of spin for testing the Standard Model and uncovering “New Physics” are discussed. The first employs spin to monitor and measure (or bound) electromagnetic dipole moments. The second, more theoretical use, relates QCD corrections derived for spin structure functions and the Bjorken Sum Rule to hadronic effects in the CKM unitarity test and thereby reduces its uncertainty to
- Electric dipole moments
- Nuclear electromagnetic moments
- Quantum chromodynamics
- Standard Model
- Sum rules
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