Find here the quasilelastic electron scattering data for Nuclear Matter. These data were produced through an extrapolation of the responses of finite nuclei; the procedure is described in "Nuclear matter response function", D.B. Day et al. Phys. Rev. C 40, 1011Ð1024 (1989)(Day:1989nw).

There are two data sets for nuclear matter. The first (click here) was the result of an extpolation of the responses for finite nuclei after first subtracting the nucleonic excitations. The second (click here) includes the nucleonic responses.

Download a PDF plot (multiple pages) of the data with nucleon contributions subtracted here. and with the nucleonic contributions here. The labels across the top of each plot are the Z, A (taken to be 999 for nuclear matter), Energy (GeV), angle(degrees), the 4-momentum transfer at the top of the quasielastic peak (x=1) and the citation, respectively.

Below are given the energies, angles, the number of data points and the citation for each unique data set in the Nuclear Matter archive where the nucleonic contributions have been removed.

Z and A: 999 999 E(GeV) Theta Npts Citation 2.020 15.000 21 Day:1989nw 2.020 20.000 27 Day:1989nw 3.595 16.000 34 Day:1989nw 3.595 20.000 39 Day:1989nw 3.595 25.000 39 Day:1989nw 3.595 30.000 36 Day:1989nw 3.995 30.000 37 Day:1989nwBelow are given the energies, angles, the number of data points and the citation for each unique data set in the Nuclear Matter archive (where the nucleonic contributions have NOT been removed.

Z and A: 999 999 E(GeV) Theta Npts Citation 2.020 15.000 21 Day:1989nw 2.020 20.000 27 Day:1989nw 3.595 16.000 99 Day:1989nw 3.595 20.000 49 Day:1989nw 3.595 25.000 53 Day:1989nw 3.595 30.000 95 Day:1989nw 3.995 30.100 43 Day:1989nw