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Sokhan, Daria (2012)
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arxiv: High Energy Physics::Experiment, Nuclear Experiment
Two very effective means of accessing Generalised Parton Distributions of the nucleon are\ud Deeply Virtual Compton Scattering (DVCS) and Meson Production (DVMP). Jefferson\ud Laboratory, USA, previously operational with a 6 GeV electron beam and currently undergoing\ud an upgrade to 12 GeV, is ideally suited for measuring these processes. This paper\ud focuses on a selection of recent results from the very active DVCS experimental programme\ud with the large angle spectrometer CLAS, and introduces the exciting programme planned\ud for its successor suite of detectors, CLAS12, in the vast, as yet unprobed kinematic region\ud opening up to experiment.
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