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Physics Journal, Vol.1, No.3, Nov. 2015, Pub. Date: Sep. 26, 2015
Form Factor and Cross Section Calculation in Charged Kaon Electroproduction
at Q2=1.9&2.35(GeV/c) 2
Pages: 225-232 Views: 1833 Downloads: 1137
[01] N. Ghahramany, Physics Department, Shiraz University and Biruni Observatory, Shiraz, Iran.
[02] H. Siami, Physics Department, Shiraz University and Biruni Observatory, Shiraz, Iran.
In this article it is attempted to separate σ_tot into longitudinal, σ_Land transverse, σ_T cross-sections and to calculate charged Kaon form factor. The Jlab 2001 (E98-108) data has been used and Rosenbluth separation technique is applied to charged kaon electroproduction at Q^2=1.9〖 and 2.35 (GeV/c)〗^2 in different energies. Data were taken at electron beam energies ranging from 3.40 to 5.75 (GeV).Charged kaon form factor is determined at Q^2=1.9〖 and 2.35 (GeV/c)〗^2 by using Chew-low technique and Regge model. Influence of the kaon pole on the cross-sections is investigated by adopting an off-shell form factor in the Regge model, which better describes the observed energy dependence of σ_T and σ_L.
Kaon Electroproduction, K+ Meson, Rosenbluth Separation, Form Factor, Regge Model, Born Model
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