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Target And Beam-target Spin Asymmetries In Exclusive Pion Electroproduction For Q(2) > 1 Gev2. I. Ep -> E Pi(+)n
Differential Cross Section For Gamma D -> Omega D Using Clas At Jefferson Lab
Target And Beam-target Spin Asymmetries In Exclusive Pion Electroproduction For Q(2) > 1 Gev2. Ii. Ep -> E Pi(0) P
Exclusive Eta Electroproduction At W > 2 Gev With Clas And Transversity Generalized Parton Distributions
Measurement Of The Q(2) Dependence Of The Deuteron Spin Structure Function G(1) And Its Moments At Low Q(2) With Clas
Measurement Of Target And Double-spin Asymmetries For The (e)over-right-arrow (p)over-right-arrow -> E Pi(+)(n) Reaction In The Nucleon Resonance Region At Low Q(2)
Semi-inclusive Pi(0) Target And Beam-target Asymmetries From 6 Gev Electron Scattering With Clas
First Measurement Of Xi(-) Polarization In Photoproduction
Photoproduction Of The F(1)(1285) Meson
Target And Double Spin Asymmetries Of Deeply Virtual Pi(0) Production With A Longitudinally Polarized Proton Target And Clas
Measurement Of The Beam Asymmetry Sigma And The Target Asymmetry T In The Photoproduction Of Omega Mesons Off The Proton Using Clas At Jefferson Laboratory
Center Of Mass Motion Of Short-range Correlated Nucleon Pairs Studied Via The A(e,e ' Pp) Reaction
Photoproduction Of Lambda And Sigma(0) Hyperons Using Linearly Polarized Photons
Exclusive Photoproduction Of Pi Degrees Up To Large Values Of Mandelstam Variables S, T, And U With Clas
Hard Exclusive Pion Electroproduction At Backward Angles With Clas
Photoproduction Of K+ K- Meson Pairs On The Proton
Double K-s(0) Photoproduction Off The Proton At Clas
First measurement of the helicity asymmetry E in eta photoproduction on the proton
Measurements Of The Gamma(upsilon)p -> P 'pi(+)pi(- )cross Section With The Clas Detector For 0.4 Gev2 < Q(2) < 1.0 Gev2 And 1.3 Gev < W < 1.825 Gev
Target And Beam-target Spin Asymmetries In Exclusive Pi(+) And Pi(-) Electroproduction With 1.6-to 5.7-gev Electrons