Measurement of the generalized spin polarizabilities of the neutron in the low-Q 2 region

Vincent Sulkosky, Chao Peng, Jian ping Chen, Alexandre Deur, Sergey Abrahamyan, Konrad A. Aniol, David S. Armstrong, Todd Averett, Stephen J. Bailey, Arie Beck, Pierre Bertin, Florentin Butaru, Werner Boeglin, Alexandre Camsonne, Gordon D. Cates, Chia Cheh Chang, Seonho Choi, Eugene Chudakov, Luminita Coman, Juan C. CornejoBrandon Craver, Francesco Cusanno, Raffaele De Leo, Cornelis W. de Jager, Joseph D. Denton, Seema Dhamija, Robert Feuerbach, John M. Finn, Salvatore Frullani, Kirsten Fuoti, Haiyan Gao, Franco Garibaldi, Olivier Gayou, Ronald Gilman, Alexander Glamazdin, Charles Glashausser, Javier Gomez, Jens Ole Hansen, David Hayes, F. William Hersman, Douglas W. Higinbotham, Timothy Holmstrom, Thomas B. Humensky, Charles E. Hyde, Hassan Ibrahim, Mauro Iodice, Xiandong Jiang, Lisa J. Kaufman, Aidan Kelleher, Kathryn E. Keister, Wooyoung Kim, Ameya Kolarkar, Norm Kolb, Wolfgang Korsch, Kevin Kramer, Gerfried Kumbartzki, Luigi Lagamba, Vivien Lainé, Geraud Laveissiere, John J. Lerose, David Lhuillier, Richard Lindgren, Nilanga Liyanage, Hai Jiang Lu, Bin Ma, Demetrius J. Margaziotis, Peter Markowitz, Kathleen R. McCormick, Mehdi Meziane, Zein Eddine Meziani, Robert Michaels, Bryan Moffit, Peter Monaghan, Sirish Nanda, Jennifer Niedziela, Mikhail Niskin, Ronald Pandolfi, Kent D. Paschke, Milan Potokar, Andrew Puckett, Vina A. Punjabi, Yi Qiang, Ronald D. Ransome, Bodo Reitz, Rikki Roché, Arun Saha, Alexander Shabetai, Simon Širca, Jaideep T. Singh, Karl Slifer, Ryan Snyder, Patricia Solvignon, Robert Stringer, Ramesh Subedi, William A. Tobias, Ngyen Ton, Paul E. Ulmer, Guido Maria Urciuoli, Antonin Vacheret, Eric Voutier, Kebin Wang, Lu Wan, Bogdan Wojtsekhowski, Seungtae Woo, Huan Yao, Jing Yuan, Xiaohui Zhan, Xiaochao Zheng, Lingyan Zhu

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