Towards (semi) exclusive cross section measurements and modelling
March 31, 2022
Semi-inclusive neutrino-nucleus scattering, corresponding to the simultaneous detection of a lepton and one or more hadrons in the final state, is shown to be much more sensitive to nuclear effects than the inclusive process. The theoretical description of the semi-inclusive process is illustrated and some comparisons of relativistic plane wave impulse approximation (RPWIA) predictions with recent MicroBooNE, T2K and MINERvA data on argon and carbon are shown. The merit of new variables constructed to enhance particular nuclear effects is also illustrated and future developments going beyond the RPWIA approach are outlined.
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