By K. Maruyama, H. Okuno

ISBN-10: 0444505393

ISBN-13: 9780444505392

Content material:
Preface

, Pages v-vii, Koichi Maruyama, Hideki Okuno
Opening Address

, Page xiii, Shojiro Sugimoto
Hadrons and nuclear physics with EM probes: From QCD element of view

, Pages 3-17, T. Hatsuda
Vector mesons in medium and dileptons in heavy-ion collisions

, Pages 21-28, Ralf Rapp, Jochen Wambach
ρ0 meson within the nucleus

, Pages 29-38, ok. Maruyama
Nuclear creation of χ meson at KEK

, Pages 39-48, H. En'yo, J. Chilba, H. Funahashi, H. Hamagaki, M. Ieiri, M. Ishino, S. Mihara, T. Miyashita, T. Murakami, R. Muto, M. Naruki, M. Nomachi, okay. Ozawa, O. Sasaki, M. Sekimoto, H.D. Sato, T. Tabaru, K.H. Tanaka, S. Yamada, S. Yokkaichi, et al.
Lepton pair spectroscopy with HADES at GSI

, Pages 49-58, J. Friese, the HADES collaboration
S11 (1535) resonance in nuclei

, Pages 61-66, H. Yamazaki, T. Yorita, T. Kinoshita, T. Okuda, H. Matsui, T. Maruyama, J. Kasagi, T. Suda, ok. Itoh, T. Miyakawa, H. Okuno, H. Shimizu, H.Y. Yoshida, T. Kinashi
Delta in nuclei concerned about hadronic processes

, Pages 67-73, Junsei Chiba
The physics of ΔΔ excitation

, Pages 75-80, G.M. Huber
The impartial pion photoproduction at the proton close to threshold

, Pages 81-86, Il-T. Cheon, M.T. Jeong
Photoneutron move part size on 9Be by way of inverse Compton scattering of laser photons

, Pages 87-92, H. Utsunomiya, Y. Yonezawa, H. Akimune, T. Yamagata, M. Ohta, M. Fujishiro, H. Toyokawa, H. Ohgaki
Nuclear distintegration brought on by means of digital photons at heavy-ion colliders

, Pages 93-98, I.A. Pshenichnov
Kaon photoproduction on nuclei

, Pages 101-105, ok. Maeda
Subthreshold and close to threshold K+ meson photoproduction on nuclei

, Pages 107-111, E.Ya. Paryev
Phenomenological facets of kaon photoproduction at the nucleon

, Pages 113-118, T. Mart, S. Sumowidagdo, C. Bennhold, H. Haberzettl
Hyperon polarization in Kaon photoproduction from the deuteron

, Pages 119-123, H. Yamamura, ok. Miyagawa, T. Mart, C. Bennhold, H. Haberzettl, W. Glöckle
Physics of linked strangeness creation at ELSA

, Pages 125-135, Ewald Paul
Retrospect and prospect of Λ hypernuclear physics

, Pages 137-146, Osamu Hashimoto
Spin-orbit splitting of 13ΛC

, Pages 147-151, H. Kohri, S. Ajimura, R.E. Chrien, P.M. Eugenio, G. Franklin, J. Franz, T. Fukuda, L. Gan, H. Hayakawa, P. Khaustov, T. Kishimoto, okay. Matsuoka, M. could, S. Minami, Y. Miyake, T. Mori, okay. Morikubo, J. Nakano, H. Noumi, H. Outa, et al.
Photodisintegration reactions of 3He and 4He at TAGX

, Pages 155-168, T. Suda
Photonuclear move sections of three-nucleon platforms and the position of three-nucleon forces

, Pages 169-175, G. Orlandini, W. Leidemann, V.D. Efros, E.L. Tomusiak
Quasi-deuteron photo for 3He and 4He photodisintegration

, Pages 177-182, S. Hirenzaki, Y. Umemoto, ok. Kume
Two-nucleon emission experiments at Mainz

, Pages 183-192, Peter Grabmayr
Quark substructure and isobar results on deuteron form-factors

, Pages 193-198, E. Lomon
The proton and the photon, who's probing whom in electroproduction?

, Pages 201-218, Aharon Levy
High-Q2 impartial- and charged-current reactions at HERA

, Pages 219-228, Kunihiro Nagano
Spin constitution of the nucleon studied via HERMES

, Pages 229-238, Yasuhiro Sakemi, on behalf of the HERMES collaboration
First double polarization measurements in order to try the Gerasimov-Drell-Hearn sum rule

, Pages 239-243, W. Meyer, the GDH- and A2-Collaborations
Few-body physics at Jefferson Laboratory

, Pages 247-261, F.W. Hersman, the corridor A and CLAS Collaborations
Experimental try out of the K-Λ relative parity: Use of polarized photon beams at excessive energies

, Pages 263-264, Yoshio Yamaguchi
Nuclear physics experiments with 1.2-GeV STB ring at LNS-Tohoku

, Pages 265-269, J. Kasagi
Laser electron photon facility at SPring-8

, Pages 271-275, T. Hotta, J.K. Ahn, H. Akimune, Y. Asano, W.C. Chang, S. Daté, M. Fujiwara, okay. Hicks, okay. Imai, T. Iwata, T. Ishikawa, H. Kawai, Z.Y. Kim, T. Kishimoto, N. Kumagai, S. Makino, T. Matsumura, N. Matsuoka, T. Mibe, M. Miyabe, et al.
MUSES undertaking at RIKEN RI beam factory

, Pages 277-283, T. Katayama, ok. Maruyama, M. Wakasugi
- precis of the symposium

, Pages 285-289, H. Okuno
Symposium Program

, Pages 291-293
List of Participants

, Pages 295-297,I-IV

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21. K. Maruyama et al. (TAGX Collaboration), Nucl. Instrum. Methods A376 (1996) 335. 22. H. Yamashita, Ph. D. Thesis (in Japanese), Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology (1997). 23. A. , Phys. Rev. C60 (1999) 025203-1. 24. P. , Nucl. Phys. B79 (1974) 10. 25. P. S6ding, Phys. Lett. B19 (1966) 702. 26. T. Yamazaki and Y. Akaishi, Phys. Lett. B453 (1999) 1. 27. K. Saito, Phys. Rev. C56 (1997) 566. 28. K. Maruyama, Nucl. Phys. A629 (1998) 351c. o 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Hadron and Nuclear Physics with ElectromagneticProbes K.

Aleev e t al. 06 [11]. 3 and 0 _< PT _< 1 GeV/c. No measurement of the target mass dependence of the ~b meson production had been performed in the region of Z F <_0, close to the target rapidity. The simultaneous measurements of q5 ~ K + K - and q5 ~ e+e - channels being planned in the present experiment can cancel the effect of unknown production mechanism by taking the ratio of the A-dependence between the both channels, and the media effect on the produced ~b mesons can be extracted. It is, however, very important and interesting to study of the nuclear dependence of the production itself, to understand how the nature of the ~b reveals in nuclear interaction.

L E P T O N PAIR SPECTROSCOPY I N T H E SIS E N E R G Y REGIME In central heavy ion collisions of 1 - 2 A G e V incident energy a hadronic fireball is formed, with temperatures up to about T = 5 0 - 90 M e V and densities ranging up to 3 times normal nuclear matter densities. e. far beyond the one needed for the deconfinement and chiral phase transition. Nevertheless, these conditions are advantageous for studies of medium modifications, since in contrast to much higher energies, where the fireball expands violently and experiences rapid changes in temperature and density, the formation of the reaction volume lasts for as long as 10 fm/c.

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