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|Title:||Hadron structure after 25 years of QCD|
|Citation:||Nuclear Physics A, 2001, vol.684, iss.1-4, pp.3C-15C|
|Publisher:||Elsevier Science BV|
|Conference Name:||16th International IUPAP Conference on Few Body Problems in Physics (6 Mar 2000 - 10 Mar 2000 : NATL TAIWAN UNIV, TAIPEI, TAIWAN)|
|A. W. Thomas|
|Abstract:||We briefly review the status of our understanding of hadron structure based on QCD. This includes the role of symmetries, especially chiral symmetry, and the insights provided by lattice QCD. The main focus is on baryon structure and especially the nucleon, but this cannot be treated realistically without reference to spectroscopy. Our aim is to highlight recent insights and promising directions for future work.|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 7|
Special Research Centre for the Subatomic Structure of Matter publications
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