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The Status and Future of Color Transparency and Nuclear Filtering

Abstract : 40 years after its introduction, the phenomenon of color transparency remains a domain of controversial interpretations of experimental data. We review present evidence for or against its manifestation in various exclusive hard scattering reactions. The nuclear transparency experiments reveal whether short distance processes dominate a scattering amplitude at some given kinematical point. We plead for a new round of nuclear transparency measurements in a variety of experimental setups , including near-forward exclusive reactions related to generalized parton distribution (GPD) physics and near-backward exclusive reactions related to transition distribution amplitudes (TDA) physics.
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P Jain, B Pire, J Ralston. The Status and Future of Color Transparency and Nuclear Filtering. workshop on the Future of Color Transparency and Hadronization studies at Jefferson Lab and beyond, 2021, on line, United States. pp.578-589. ⟨hal-03611317⟩



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