A small target neutrino deep-inelastic scattering experiment at the first muon collider
- Conference date: 6-9 November, 1997
- Location: Batavia, Illinois (USA)
Several different scenarios for neutrino scattering experiments using a neutrino beam from the muon collider complex are discussed. The physics reach of a neutrino experiment at the front end of a muon collider is shown to extend far beyond that of current neutrino experiments, since the high intensity neutrino beams one would see at the muon collider allow for a large flexibility in choosing neutrino targets. Measurements of quark spin, A-dependence of the structure function and neutral current chiral couplings to quarks are outlined.
- Chiral symmetries
- Electric measurements
- Neutral currents
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