Color transparency and saturation in QCD

Schildknecht D (2014)
Modern Physics Letters A 29(25): 1430028.

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We review the theoretical interpretation of deep-inelastic electron-proton scattering at low values of the Bjorken variable x \simeqQ2/W2 < 0.1. The process proceeds via the interaction of quark-antiquark (qq¯) color-dipole fluctuations of the (virtual) photon with the proton. In terms of the forward Compton scattering amplitude, two reaction channels contribute to the interaction of the qq¯ color dipole with the gluon field in the proton. Dependent on the kinematics, there is either color transparency, corresponding to a cancellation of the amplitudes for the two reaction channels, or saturation, occurring when the process is dominated by a single interaction channel. The connection between the color-dipole picture and the pQCD improved parton model is elaborated upon.
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Schildknecht D. Color transparency and saturation in QCD. Modern Physics Letters A. 2014;29(25):1430028.
Schildknecht, D. (2014). Color transparency and saturation in QCD. Modern Physics Letters A, 29(25), 1430028. doi:10.1142/S0217732314300286
Schildknecht, D. (2014). Color transparency and saturation in QCD. Modern Physics Letters A 29, 1430028.
Schildknecht, D., 2014. Color transparency and saturation in QCD. Modern Physics Letters A, 29(25), p 1430028.
D. Schildknecht, “Color transparency and saturation in QCD”, Modern Physics Letters A, vol. 29, 2014, pp. 1430028.
Schildknecht, D.: Color transparency and saturation in QCD. Modern Physics Letters A. 29, 1430028 (2014).
Schildknecht, Dieter. “Color transparency and saturation in QCD”. Modern Physics Letters A 29.25 (2014): 1430028.
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