The color dipole picture and the ratio of R(W-2, Q(2)) = sigma(L)/sigma(T)

Kuroda M, Schildknecht D (2008)
PHYSICS LETTERS B 670(2): 129-134.

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The transverse size of q (q) over bar fluctuations of the longitudinal photon is reduced relative to the transverse size of q (q) over bar fluctuations of the transverse photon. This implies R(W-2, Q(2)) = 0.375 or, equivalently, F-L/F-2 = 0.27 at x << 0.1 and Q(2) sufficiently large, while R(W-2, Q(2)) = 0.5, if this effect is not taken into account. Forthcoming experimental data from HERA will allow to test this prediction. (C) 2008 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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Kuroda M, Schildknecht D. The color dipole picture and the ratio of R(W-2, Q(2)) = sigma(L)/sigma(T). PHYSICS LETTERS B. 2008;670(2):129-134.
Kuroda, M., & Schildknecht, D. (2008). The color dipole picture and the ratio of R(W-2, Q(2)) = sigma(L)/sigma(T). PHYSICS LETTERS B, 670(2), 129-134.
Kuroda, M., and Schildknecht, D. (2008). The color dipole picture and the ratio of R(W-2, Q(2)) = sigma(L)/sigma(T). PHYSICS LETTERS B 670, 129-134.
Kuroda, M., & Schildknecht, D., 2008. The color dipole picture and the ratio of R(W-2, Q(2)) = sigma(L)/sigma(T). PHYSICS LETTERS B, 670(2), p 129-134.
M. Kuroda and D. Schildknecht, “The color dipole picture and the ratio of R(W-2, Q(2)) = sigma(L)/sigma(T)”, PHYSICS LETTERS B, vol. 670, 2008, pp. 129-134.
Kuroda, M., Schildknecht, D.: The color dipole picture and the ratio of R(W-2, Q(2)) = sigma(L)/sigma(T). PHYSICS LETTERS B. 670, 129-134 (2008).
Kuroda, Masaaki, and Schildknecht, Dieter. “The color dipole picture and the ratio of R(W-2, Q(2)) = sigma(L)/sigma(T)”. PHYSICS LETTERS B 670.2 (2008): 129-134.
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