Inclusive electron scattering from nuclei at x \simeq 1.

J. Arrington, P. Anthony, R.G. Arnold, E.J. Beise, J.E. Belz, P.E. Bosted, H.J. Bulten, M.S. Chapman, K.P. Coulter, F.S. Dietrich, R. Ent, M. Epstein, B.W. Filippone, H. Gao, R.A. Gearhart, D.F. Geesaman, J.-O. Hansen, R.J. Holt, H.E. Jackson, C.E. JonesC.E. Keppel, E.R. Kinney, S. Kuhn, K. Lee, W. Lorenzon, A. Lung, N.C.R. Makins, D.J. Margaziotis, R.D. McKeown, R.G. Milner, B. Mueller, J. Napolitano, J. Nelson, T.G. O'Neill, V. Papavassiliou, G.G. Petratos, D.H. Potterveld, S.E. Rock, M. Spengos, Z.M. Szalata, L.H. Tao, K. van Bibber, J.F.J. van den Brand, J.L. White, D. Winter, B. Zeidman

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2248
JournalPhysical Review C
Publication statusPublished - 1996


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