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In fact. 3). Furthermore. ' amplitudes having the same magnitude as a-quark contributions. The same conclusion holds for atomic PV probes of the axial-vector hadronic current. In short, the neglect of the second term in the right-hand side of Eq. 28) is potentially misleading as far as the interpretation of PV (_'. et ) measurements and atomic PV is concerned. In the case of v-N scattering, on the other hand, the strange-quark term appears to dominate, while theoretical uncertainties in higher-order processes are small.
He R_ _. Since we subsequently we define the corresponding consider PV electron scattering from the proton in Sect. A. 24a) where (f, is the NC coupling to the proton at Q2 = 0. Likewise we have 1 (_ = _[__r=l + v/_(vr=o] = -[! + R_,] for neutrons. 25b) Following Ref. 0078T . 26d) are arrived at within the M-"Srenormalization scheme and that a signal a top-quark mass different from 140 GeV. It is also worth larger sensitivity of R_ to S and T is a consequence of the small proton coupling (see Eq.
A. A due to the present incalculability of strong interaction effects at low-momentum scales from first principles in QCD. Such effects enter higher-order corrections in two ways: (a) via "internal" quark loops (Fig. 4), in which the quarks in the virtual q_ pair interact strongly with each other (Fig. 4a) or with quarks in the target (Fig. 4b); and (b) via strong interactions among the valence quarks of the target, thereby introducing hadronic intermediate states into the higher-order electroweak amplitudes (Fig.