Next-to-leading order QCD analysis of the spin structure function g1

B. Adeva*, T. Akdogan, E. Arik, B. Badelek, G. Bardin, G. Baum, P. Berglund, L. Betev, R. Birsa, N. de Botton, F. Bradamante, A. Bravar, A. Bressan, S. Bültmann, E. Burtin, C. Cavata, D. Crabb, J. Cranshaw, T. Çuhadai, S. Dalla TorreR. van Dantzig, B. Derro, A. Deshpande, S. Dhawan, C. Dulya, S. Eichblatt, D. Fasching, F. Feinstein, C. Fernandez, S. Forthmann, B. Frois, A. Gallas, J. A. Garzon, H. Gilly, M. Giorgi, E. von Goeler, S. Goertz, G. Gracia, N. de Groot, M. Grosse Perdekamp, K. Haft, D. von Harrach, T. Hasegawa, P. Hautle, N. Hayashi, C. A. Heusch, N. Horikawa, V. W. Hughes, G. Igo, S. Ishimoto, T. Iwata, E. M. Kabuß, T. Kageya, A. Karev, H. J. Kessler, T. J. Ketel, J. Kiryluk, Y. Kisselev, D. Krämer, V. Krivokhijine, W. Kröger, V. Kukhtin, K. Kurek, J. Kyynäräinen, M. Lamanna, U. Landgraf, J. M. le Goff, F. Lehar, A. de Lesquen, J. Lichtenstadt, M. Litmaath, A. Magnon, G. K. Mallot, F. Marie, A. Martin, J. Martino, T. Matsuda, B. Mayes, J. S. McCarthy, K. Medved, W. Meyer, G. van Middelkoop, D. Miller, Y. Miyachi, K. Mori, J. Moromisato, J. Nassalski, L. Naumann, T. O. Niinikoski, J. E.J. Oberski, A. Ogawa, C. Ozben, H. Pereira, F. Perrot-Kunne, D. Peshekhonov, R. Piegaia, L. Pinsky, S. Platchkov, M. Plo, D. Pose, H. Postma, J. Pretz, R. Puntaferro, T. Pussieux, G. Rädel, A. Rijllart, G. Reicherz, J. Roberts, M. Rodriguez, E. Rondio, I. Sabo, J. Saborido, A. Sandacz, I. Savin, P. Schiavon, A. Schiller, E. P. Sichtermann, F. Simeoni, G. I. Smirnov, A. Staude, A. Steinmetz, U. Stiegler, H. Stuhrmann, M. Szleper, F. Tessarotto, D. Thers, W. Tlaczala, A. Tripet, G. Unel, M. Velasco, J. Vogt, R. Voss, C. Whitten, R. Windmolders, R. Willumeit, W. Wislicki, A. Witzmann, J. Ylöstalo, A. M. Zanetti, K. Zaremba, J. Zhao

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Abstract

We present a next-to-leading order QCD analysis of the presently available data on the spin structure function g1 including the final data from the Spin Muon Collaboration. We present results for the first moments of the proton deuteron, and neutron structure functions, and determine singlet and nonsinglet parton distributions in two factorization schemes. We also test the Bjorken sum rule and find agreement with the theoretical prediction at the level of 10%.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number112002
Pages (from-to)1120021+11200215
JournalPhysical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology
Volume58
Issue number11
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 1 1998

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  • Physics and Astronomy (miscellaneous)

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