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(T/E) c, PARITY VIOLATION IN TWO PHOTON ATOMIC TRANSITIONS*
, 1976
"... Detection of parityviolating weak interactions in the 1s 1 2p 1 z z two photon transitions in hydrogen is discussed. Polarization rotation of one of the two photon beams exciting the transition is computed for general theories of the weak interaction and in particular for the SU2 x Ul theory due ..."
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Detection of parityviolating weak interactions in the 1s 1 2p 1 z z two photon transitions in hydrogen is discussed. Polarization rotation of one of the two photon beams exciting the transition is computed for general theories of the weak interaction and in particular for the SU2 x Ul theory due
ParityViolating Interaction Effects in the np System
, 2008
"... We investigate parityviolating observables in the np system, including the longitudinal asymmetry and neutronspin rotation in ⃗np elastic scattering, the photon asymmetry in ⃗np radiative capture, and the asymmetries in deuteron photodisintegration d(⃗γ,n)p in the threshold region and electrodisi ..."
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is examined carefully. We find large cancellations between the asymmetries induced by the parityviolating interactions and those arising
From Hadronic Parity Violation to Electron ParityViolating Experiments
, 2009
"... The weak interaction is manifested in parityviolating observables. With the weak interaction extremely well known parityviolating measurements in hadronic systems can be used to deduce strong interaction effects in those systems. Parityviolating analyzing powers in electronproton scattering have ..."
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The weak interaction is manifested in parityviolating observables. With the weak interaction extremely well known parityviolating measurements in hadronic systems can be used to deduce strong interaction effects in those systems. Parityviolating analyzing powers in electronproton scattering
Chiral Symmetry and the ParityViolating NNπ Yukawa Coupling
, 2000
"... We construct the complete SU(2) parityviolating (PV) π,N, ∆ interaction Lagrangian with one derivative, and calculate the chiral corrections to the PV Yukawa NNπ coupling constant hπ through O(1/Λ 3 χ) in the leading order of heavy baryon expansion. We discuss the relationship between the renormali ..."
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We construct the complete SU(2) parityviolating (PV) π,N, ∆ interaction Lagrangian with one derivative, and calculate the chiral corrections to the PV Yukawa NNπ coupling constant hπ through O(1/Λ 3 χ) in the leading order of heavy baryon expansion. We discuss the relationship between
CHIRAL SYMMETRY AND PARITY–VIOLATING MESON–NUCLEON VERTICES * #
, 1992
"... In this lecture, I review progress made in the calculations of the parityviolating mesonnucleon interaction regions. The underlying framework is the topological chiral soliton model of the nucleon. Emphasis is put on the computation of theoretically and experimentally accessible nuclear parity viol ..."
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In this lecture, I review progress made in the calculations of the parityviolating mesonnucleon interaction regions. The underlying framework is the topological chiral soliton model of the nucleon. Emphasis is put on the computation of theoretically and experimentally accessible nuclear parity
Nuclear and Nucleon Contributions to the ParityViolating Electron Scattering
"... Abstract. The parityviolating (PV) elastic electron scattering is studied here for the eveneven, N = Z nuclei 12C, 24Mg, 28Si and 32S, whose ground states have been obtained from a selfconsistent axiallysymmetric mean field with effective Skyrme forces and including pairing interactions within ..."
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deformation) has been studied. Kinematic ranges where the PV asymmetry is most suitable for measurement are proposed. 1 Theoretical Formalism 1.1 ParityViolation Asymmetry The electromagnetic and the weak interactions contribute to the chargedlepton elastic scattering off nuclei. It is a semileptonic
The Nucleon Anapole Moment and ParityViolating ep Scattering
, 2000
"... Parityviolating (PV) interactions among quarks in the nucleon induce a PV γNN coupling, or anapole moment (AM). We compute electroweak gaugeindependent contributions to the AM through O(1/Λ2 χ) in chiral perturbation theory. We estimate shortdistance PV effects using resonance saturation. The AM ..."
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Parityviolating (PV) interactions among quarks in the nucleon induce a PV γNN coupling, or anapole moment (AM). We compute electroweak gaugeindependent contributions to the AM through O(1/Λ2 χ) in chiral perturbation theory. We estimate shortdistance PV effects using resonance saturation. The AM
ParityViolating Interaction Effects I: the Longitudinal Asymmetry in pp Elastic Scattering
, 2008
"... The protonproton parityviolating longitudinal asymmetry is calculated in the labenergy range 0–350 MeV, using a number of different, latestgeneration stronginteraction potentials–Argonne v18, Bonn2000, and NijmegenI–in combination with a weakinteraction potential consisting of ρ and ωmeson ..."
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The protonproton parityviolating longitudinal asymmetry is calculated in the labenergy range 0–350 MeV, using a number of different, latestgeneration stronginteraction potentials–Argonne v18, Bonn2000, and NijmegenI–in combination with a weakinteraction potential consisting of ρ and ω
The hierarchy problem and new dimensions at a millimeter
, 2008
"... We propose a new framework for solving the hierarchy problem which does not rely on either supersymmetry or technicolor. In this framework, the gravitational and gauge interactions become united at the weak scale, which we take as the only fundamental short distance scale in nature. The observed wea ..."
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We propose a new framework for solving the hierarchy problem which does not rely on either supersymmetry or technicolor. In this framework, the gravitational and gauge interactions become united at the weak scale, which we take as the only fundamental short distance scale in nature. The observed
A large mass hierarchy from a small extra dimension
, 1999
"... We propose a new higherdimensional mechanism for solving the hierarchy problem. The weak scale is generated from a large scale of order the Planck scale through an exponential hierarchy. However, this exponential arises not from gauge interactions but from the background metric (which is a slice of ..."
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We propose a new higherdimensional mechanism for solving the hierarchy problem. The weak scale is generated from a large scale of order the Planck scale through an exponential hierarchy. However, this exponential arises not from gauge interactions but from the background metric (which is a slice
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