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Belonging to the distinguished "Rochester convention Series", ICHEP 2006 is an important overseas convention in 2006 on excessive power physics. those court cases supply a entire assessment of contemporary advancements in experimental and theoretical physics of debris at excessive energies. This quantity positive aspects articles at the most up-to-date leads to all of the crucial components: particle astrophysics and cosmology, neutrino physics, lattice calculations and computational quantum box thought, heavy ion collisions and quark subject, challenging and delicate interactions in quantum chromodynamics, electroweak physics, additional dimensions and additional gauge bosons, CP violation and infrequent decays, best and Higgs seek, hadron spectroscopy and exotics, heavy quark physics, GRID allotted research, R&D for destiny accelerators, detectors and new amenities, and mathematical points of quantum box conception and string idea.

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Fig. 7 shows data at low q2 which is included in the analysis of Ref. 66. A normalization error of 3-4% in the data in the figures is not included in the error bars. 0t---------:;--~1t-------------- • Bonn D Dny 1966 • SLAC 1170 o Fig. 6. , Ref. 70. 984. 0 q 2 in fm-2 Fig. 7. , Ref. 71. J. MOHR 52 substituted for the electric and magnetic form factors GE (q2) and GM(q2) of the proton; ~ is the magnetic moment of the proton. s. 81 fm. If the approximation of one photon exchange together with the scaling relation GM(q2) = ~GE(q2) describes the scattering, then the cross section is proportional to GE2 (q2), and deviation of the slope of the data from zero at q2 = 0 signifies deviation of the value of R from the dipole value.

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