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Spin and azimuthal asymmetries in SIDIS at JLAB. P. Bosted *. Jefferson Lab. SIR-2005. Physics Motivation Jlab kinematics and factorization Double spin asymmetries Single Spin Asymmetries Future measurements Summary. * In collaboration with H. Avakian, V.Burkert and L.Elouadrhiri.

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spin and azimuthal asymmetries in sidis at jlab

Spin and azimuthal asymmetries in SIDIS at JLAB

P. Bosted *

Jefferson Lab

SIR-2005

Physics Motivation

Jlab kinematics and factorization

Double spin asymmetries

Single Spin Asymmetries

Future measurements

Summary

* In collaboration with H. Avakian, V.Burkert and L.Elouadrhiri

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kT-dependentparton distributions

Semi-Inclusive Deep Inelastic Scattering (SIDIS):

  • Probes orbital motion of quarks through quark transverse momentum distribution
  • Access to new PDFs not accessible in inclusive DIS.

Off-diagonal PDFs vanish if quarks only in s-state!

In addition T-odd PDFs require FSI

(Brodsky et al., Collins, Ji et al. 2002)

Mulders,

This talk

transversity

Sivers

This talk

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JLab Kinematics and Facorization

  • Traditional DIS: W>2 GeV, Q2>1.1 GeV2
  • Berger criteriium for current fragmentation

dominance is z>0.4

  • Require z<0.7 to avoid diffractive rho meson

contributions (and keep Mx>1.4 GeV)

  • Pt<1 GeV (approximately exponential region)
  • Study if factorization broken for these cuts using

unpolarized data from E00-108 in Hall C

P. Bosted, SIR-2005

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Experiment ran in August 2003

  • Close-to-final data analysis
  • Small Q2 variation not corrected yet

Hall C E00-108 data

x = 0.32

PRELIMINARY

No visual “bumps and valleys” in pion ratios off deuterium

x = 0.32

PRELIMINARY

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From E00-108 deuterium data: D-/D+ = (4 – Np+/Np-)/(4Np+/Np- - 1)

z = 0.55

PRELIMINARY

  • D-/D+ ratio should be independent of x, and data supports this for W=2.5 GeV, Q2=2.5 GeV2, pt<0.3 GeV
  • but should depend on z
  • Find similar slope versus z as HERMES, but slightly larger values (could be due to lower average photon energy)

x = 0.32

PRELIMINARY

P. Bosted, SIR-2005

clas experiment setup and kinematics
CLAS Experiment Setup and Kinematics

Scattering of 5.7 GeV polarized electrons off polarized NH3, ND3

  • ~8M p+ in SIDIS kinematics

x

x

determination of g 1 f 1 approximately a 1
Determination of g1/F1 (approximately A1)
  • Target polarization PT about 0.7 (0.3) for NH3 (ND3)
  • Beam polarization PB about 0.7
  • Dilution factor f varies from 0.1 to 0.3: used Lund
  • model for n/p ratio and preliminary Hall B data
  • for A-dependence
  • Depolarization factor DLL(y) evaluated assuming R
  • same as for inclusive.
  • Assumed Aperp=0 (not measured)
  • No radiative corrections applied
  • “p+” and “p-” include some K+, K- for P>1.5 GeV
  • p0 events cleanly identified with two photons
x depenence of sidis g 1 f 1
x-depenence of SIDIS g1/F1
  • Good agreement with
  • HERMES p+ data at
  • 3x higher Q2
  • x-dependence follows PEPSI
  • (Lund) Monte Carlo using
  • GRSV polarized PDFs (LO)
  • Magnitude also in good
  • agreement with simulation

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sidis factorization studies
SIDIS: factorization studies

GRVS

g1/F1 inclusive, for the sum of p+ ,p-, and for p0 are consistent with each other in the range 0.4<z<0.7, as expected in LO with factorization

and current fragmentation dominance

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z depenence of sidis g 1 f 1
z-depenence of SIDIS g1/F1

No significant z-dependence

seen 0.3<z<0.7, as expected

for factorization and current

fragmentation dominance

Good agreement with PEPSI

predictions (including dropoff

at high z for p-)

CLAS 5.7 GeV

PRELIMINARY

P. Bosted, SIR-2005

p t depenence of sidis g 1 f 1
pt-depenence of SIDIS g1/F1

No pt dependence expected

in LO if current fragmentation

dominance and factorization

Slight pt dependence seen

(but results quite sensitive

to pt dependence of

A-dependence needed

for dilution factor)

Reasonable agreement with

PEPSI predictions.

CLAS 5.7 GeV

PRELIMINARY

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sidis g 1 f 1 for deuteron
SIDIS g1/F1 for Deuteron

CLAS 5.7 GeV

PRELIMINARY

Results don’t agree as well with PEPSI using GRSV, more sensitive to un-favored fragmentation function

and NLO corrections than proton (although errors

are about a factor of two larger)

NLO QCD fits including new SIDIS CLAS data can

help constrain polarized PDFs in valence region

longitudinally polarized target ssa
Longitudinally Polarized Target SSA
  • Clear fdependence

seen for proton

target and p+, p0

  • Fit A*sin(f) + B*sin(2f)

for Twist-3 and Twist-2

respectively

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ssa x dependence
SSA: x-dependence

Twist-2

Higher Twist

Data in rough

agreement with

Efremov et al.

predictions, except

for p0 sin(f) term

(evidence for terms

not involving Collins

fragmentation?)

5.7 GeV

PRELIMINARY

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First glimpse of Twist-2 TMD h1L┴

For Collins fragmentation function use HERMES data

Distribution functions from cQSM from Efremov et al

PRELIMINARY

CLAS-5.7GeV

Systematic error only from unknown ratio of favored and unfavored Collins functions (R= H1d→p+/H1u→p+), band correspond to -2.5<R<0

  • More data required with p- & p0
  • Exclusive 2 pion background may be important

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future more p 0 data in sidis
Future: more p0 data in SIDIS

advantages:

  • SIDIS p0 production is not contaminated by diffractive r
  • HT effects and exclusive p0 suppressed
  • Simple PID by p0-mass (no kaon contamination)
  • Provides complementary to p+/- information on PDFs

disadvantages:

reconstruction efficiency (requires detection of 2g)

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clas inner calorimeter ic

424 PbWO4 ……..crystals

CLAS+Inner Calorimeter (IC)

IC

IC sE/E=0.0034/E+0.038/√E+0.022

CLAS+IC

CLAS

Reconstruction efficiency of high energy p0 with IC increases ~ 4 times due to small angle coverage

CLAS

IC at CLAS opens new avenue for studies of spin and azimuthal asymmetries of exclusive and semi-inclusiveg, p0,h,r+

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longitudinally polarized target ssa using clas ic

sUL ~

KM

Longitudinally polarized target SSA using CLAS+IC

50 days of CLAS+IC

curves, cQSM from Efremov et al

Hunf=-5Hfav

Hunf=-1.2Hfav

Hunf=0

  • Provide measurement of SSA for all 3 pions, extract the Mulders TMD and study Collins fragmentation with longitudinally polarized target
  • Allows also measurements of 2 pion asymmetries
summary
Summary
  • Spin and azimuthal asymmetries measured at 5.7 GeV with longitudinally polarized target.
  • Double spin asymmetries of pions are consistent with factorization and partonic picture: may be used in future NLO QCD fits.
  • sinf andsin2f SSA measured, providing access to the twist-2 TMD h1L distribution and testing the Collins fragmentation function
  • Future measurements with IC, if approved, will greatly improve p0 data. Much greater improvements for all reactions possible with 12 GeV upgrade due to much larger coverage of DIS kinematics.

P. Bosted, SIR-2005

support slides
support slides…..

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collins effect and 2 pion production
Collins effect and 2 pion production

Sub-leading pion opposite to leading (into page)

Simple string fragmentation (Artru model)

L=1

Leading r opposite to leading p(into page)

r production may produce an opposite sign AUT

r

r+

Understanding of 2 pion asymmetries will help to understand single pion mesurements

r0

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a ul ssa p t dependence
AULSSA: PT-dependence

HT –SSA significant for p + and p 0

CLAS PRELIMINARY

  • sinf SSA p + increases with PT and is consistent with HERMES measurement.

P. Bosted, SIR-2005

a ul ssa z dependence
AULSSA: z-dependence

CLAS PRELIMINARY

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missing mass of pions in ep e p x
Missing mass of pions in ep→e’pX

p0

D++

p-

p+

n

D0

In accessible kinematics (Q2>1.5,W2>4) low MX(large z) for p0 are suppressed by current CLAS acceptance.

P. Bosted, SIR-2005