PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 308 - QCD Evolution 2017 (QCDEV2017) - Thursday, May 25, 2017- Afternoon 2
Peripheral transverse densities of orbital angular momentum in the nucleon
C. Granados
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The nucleon’s peripheral transverse densities of orbital angular momentum are computed in chiral
effective field theory. The densities are represented in first–quantized form, as overlap integrals
of chiral light–front wave functions describing the transition of the nucleon to soft pion–nucleon
intermediate states. We identify the operator generating OAM densities in transverse coordinate
space and argued that under a fist-quantized framework interpretation, it properly describe the
structure of OAM contributions in the nucleon’s periphery.
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