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The Experiments

E12-010-103 (MARATHON)
Uses deep inelastic scattering off of the mirror nuclei 3H and 3He to measure the EMC effect for 3H and 3He and determine the ratio of the neutron to proton inelastic structure functions, F2n /F2p, and the ratio of the down to up quark distributions in the nucleon, d/u, at medium and large Bjorken x. Full details of the physics goals are provided in the PAC37 proposal

E12-11-112 (xB > 1)
Will perform a precision test of the isospin dependence of two-nucleon short range correlations using mirror nuclei 3H and 3He.

E12-13-012 / E12-14-011 (Quasi-Elastic)
Uses quasi-elastic scattering to measure the proton and neutron momentum distributions in A = 3 asymmetric nuclei 3H and 3He to demonstrate that the minority (protons in 3H) have average kinetic energy higher than the majority (protons in 3He). This will be a first direct test of calculated momentum distributions.

E12-17-003 (e,e'K) Hypernucleus
Wiki page for the nnΛ experiment

E12-14-009 (Elastic)
Charge radius of 3He and 3H

Collaboration Info

List of Tritium Students and Tasks

2017-2018 Run Plan

Daily Run Meetings

Mock Shift Schedule

How-To and Shift Info

[2017 Spring Run] (Argon Experiment)

2017 Fall Run (x>1 SRC)

2018 Spring Run (MARATHON & x>1 & (e,e'p))

2018 Fall Run (x>1 SRC & Hypernuclear)

Tritium DAQ and Trigger Information

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Tritium Target Information

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Weekly Meetings

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Analysis Info

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