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Medium Energy Physics

Argonne maintains a wide-ranging science and technology portfolio that seeks to address complex challenges in interdisciplinary and innovative ways. Below is a list of all articles, highlights, profiles, projects, and organizations related specifically to medium energy physics.

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  • Gluonic structure of the proton and the emergence of mass

    The emergence of the proton mass within the context of QCD is not yet understood. This mechanism can be studied through quarkonium production near threshold, providing for a novel avenue to explore the gluonic structure of nucleons and nuclei.
  • The SoLID Experiment

    The unprecedented combination of luminosity and acceptance, made possible with the SoLID apparatus in Hall A, will unlock access to physics processes that cannot be measured anywhere else.
  • Electron-Ion Collider

    Multifaceted effort in the Physics Division to prepare for EIC, collaboration between Medium Energy, Theory and Accelerator groups, together with HEP and MSD.
  • Quantum Chromodynamics in Nuclei

    Understanding the nucleus in terms of their fundamental constituents in Quantum Chromodynamics: quarks and gluons, and the mechanisms and emergent properties of the strong interaction.
  • Physics beyond the Standard Model

    In-house experiment to investigate the matter-antimatter mystery using laser-rolled and trapped radium atoms/molecules, and a strategic investment towards neutrino less double-beta decay
  • Hadronic Physics

    Understand how the strong force gives rise to the mass, spin and dynamic structure of protons and neutrons, which make up almost all visible matter in our universe.