High-accuracy analysis of Compton scattering in chiral effective field theory: Status and future

Grießhammer, Harald W.; Phillips, Daniel R.; McGovern, Judith A.
November 2013
AIP Conference Proceedings;Nov2013, Vol. 1563 Issue 1, p175
Academic Journal
Theory and prospects of Compton scattering on nucleons and light nuclei below 500MeV are outlined; cf. [1-3].


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