Seminarium: Hadron structure studies at BESIII

Seminarium i hadronfysik.


In contrast to the point-like lepton, the hadron has its internal structure, which is of fundamental importance to understand the world. One way to probe the internal structure of the hadron is to measure the so-called form factors, which describe the spatial distributions of the electric charge and current inside the hadron. In this seminar, I will talk about the studies on the hadron structure with the BESIII experiment at the BEPC-II collider running in the energy range of 2 to 4.6 GeV, including baryons like proton, Lambda, Lambda_c, and mesons like pion, kaon, etc.