The Crystal Ball programme at MAMI
Institute for particle and nuclear physics, University of Edinburgh and SUPA, UK
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This contribution will outline the physics programme exploiting the intense energy tagged polarised real photon beam at MAMI-C. The coupling of an intense photon beam and close to complete detector acceptance offers unique opportunities for precision measurements to challenge our understanding of the structure of the nucleon and the nucleus as well as the underlying theory of Quantum Chromo Dynamics (QCD). The experimental facility and the physics programme will be outlined and selected recent preliminary analyses will be presented.
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