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[en] Single transverse-spin asymmetry in high energy hadronic reaction has been greatly investigated from both experiment and theory sides in the last few years. In this talk, I will summarize some recent theoretical developments, which, in my opinion, help to unvail the mysterious of the single spin asymmetry.
[en] This program provides the resources for Berkeley Lab scientists to make rapid and significant contributions to critical nation science and technology problems: accelerators and fusion, chemical sciences, earth sciences, energy and environment, engineering, life sciences, materials, nuclear science, physics, and structural biology (hyperthermophilic microorganisms)
[en] A brief summary of LBL and its facilities is given. The Laboratory's program is an interdisciplinary effort with major programs in high-energy physics; accelerator development; nuclear physics and chemistry; materials science and engineering; computer sciences; and biomedical programs, including nuclear medicine. In addition, a number of energy and environment programs have recently been initiated in the areas of geothermal energy, solar energy, conservation, and the effects of nonnuclear pollutants in the environment. 2 figures, 1 table
[en] This status report of operations of the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory includes a section of news items involving LBL personnel, a listing with abstracts of recent publications and presentations by LBL accelerator personnel, a summary of accelerator operations and research programs and a progress report on the PEP storage rings
[en] This note was originally one of the parts of the work on a 50 MeV and 500 MeV Rb+ driver and part of work on delay lines for a 60 GeV U+12 driver. It is slightly expanded here to make it more generally applicable. The emphasis is on beam manipulations such as joining and separating beams at the two ends of a driver and providing various time delays between beams as required by the target.