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|Title:||Polarized Deep Inelastic Scattering|
|Citation:||Australian Journal of Physics, 1997, vol.50, iss.1, pp.71-78|
|Publisher:||C S I R O PUBLICATIONS|
|Conference Name:||Joint Japan/Australia Workshop (15 Nov 1995 - 24 Nov 1995 : UNIV ADELAIDE, ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA)|
|Abstract:||We give an overview of present calculations involving the proton spin structure function. It is shown that a significant part of the discepancy between the data and the Ellis-Jaffe sum-rule may arise through the axial anomaly if the gluons within the proton are strongly polarized. While a quark model, such as the MIT bag, does not include the anomaly, and therefore cannot be expected to reproduce the spin structure function, it does give a rather good description of recent data which is anomaly free, such as the distribution of polarized, valence up-quarks in the proton.|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 7|
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