Electromagnetic structure of the proton within the CP-violation hypothesis

Krutov, A. F.; Kudinov, M. Yu.
November 2013
Physics of Atomic Nuclei;Nov2013, Vol. 76 Issue 11, p1345
Academic Journal
The so-called non-Rosenbluth behavior of the proton electromagnetic form factors can be explained within the hypothesis of CP violation in electromagnetic processes involving composite systems of strongly interacting particles. It is shown that this hypothesis leads to the appearance of an additional, anapole, form factor of the proton. The proton electromagnetic form factors, including the anapole form factor, are estimated on the basis of experimental data on elastic electron-proton scattering.


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