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It is said that mathematics is the language of nature. If so, then physics is its poetry.
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One of the top problems in physics is to understand the theory of the strong nuclear interaction/force Quantum ChromoDynamics (QCD) that binds together the building blocks of matter, i.e. the partons (quarks and gluons)
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hadrons (mesons and baryons),
e.g., the nucleons (protons and neutrons) are the lightest baryons. But how do we reach and investigate such tiny particles? Just like astronomers use powerful telescopes to explore the universe, particle physicists employ high-resolution microscopes (linear and circular particle accelerators) to study these tiny building blocks of matter.
At Jefferson Lab, we employ high-energy electron and photon probes, produced by the CEBAF accelerator, to investigate the internal structure and dynamics of hadrons to reveal how they are built from partons.
Publications may be found in: Google Scholar  or   Inspire
The worst form of inequality is to try to make unequal things equal.
Last updated: Dec. 29, 2017.
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