Beam-spin asymmetry $\boldsymbolΣ$ for $Σ^-$ hyperon photoproduction off the neutron

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Beam-spin asymmetry $\boldsymbolΣ$ for $Σ^-$ hyperon photoproduction off the neutron. / Zachariou, Nicholas; Munevar, Edwin; Berman, Barry et al.

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Zachariou, N, Munevar, E, Berman, B, Bydzovsky, P, Cieply, A, Feldman, G, Ilieva, Y, Nadel-Turonski, P, Skoupil, D, Sarantsev, A & Watts, D 2022 'Beam-spin asymmetry $\boldsymbolΣ$ for $Σ^-$ hyperon photoproduction off the neutron' arXiv. <https://arxiv.org/abs/2106.13957>

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Zachariou, N., Munevar, E., Berman, B., Bydzovsky, P., Cieply, A., Feldman, G., Ilieva, Y., Nadel-Turonski, P., Skoupil, D., Sarantsev, A., & Watts, D. (2022). Beam-spin asymmetry $\boldsymbolΣ$ for $Σ^-$ hyperon photoproduction off the neutron. arXiv. https://arxiv.org/abs/2106.13957

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Zachariou N, Munevar E, Berman B, Bydzovsky P, Cieply A, Feldman G et al. Beam-spin asymmetry $\boldsymbolΣ$ for $Σ^-$ hyperon photoproduction off the neutron. arXiv. 2022 Mar 14.

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Zachariou, Nicholas ; Munevar, Edwin ; Berman, Barry et al. / Beam-spin asymmetry $\boldsymbolΣ$ for $Σ^-$ hyperon photoproduction off the neutron. arXiv, 2022.

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