In depth analysis of the combined HERA data in the dipole models with and without saturation
Mäntysaari, H., & Zurita, P. (2018). In depth analysis of the combined HERA data in the dipole models with and without saturation. Physical Review D, 98(3), Article 036002. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.98.036002
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We present an updated impact parameter dependent saturation model determined through a fit to the combined HERA I and I+II reduced cross section data. The same HERA data are used to fit the linearized version of the applied dipole amplitude, which makes it possible to estimate the magnitude of the saturation effects in various experiments. We find that both parametrizations provide comparable descriptions of the considered data when an effective confinement scale dynamics is incorporated with quark masses. Moreover, it is possible to consistently determine the light and charm quark masses. The role of potentially nonperturbatively large dipoles is examined in detail, with the result that, especially in the case of the structure function F2, their contribution is numerically significant. The potential to discriminate between the two models in future e+p and e+A experiments is also illustrated.
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Additional information about fundingH. M. was supported under DOE Contract No. DE-SC0012704 and European Research Council, Grant No. ERC-2015-CoG-681707, and wishes to thank the Nuclear Theory Group at BNL for hospitality during the preparation of this manuscript. P. Z. acknowledges the support by the U.S. Department of Energy under Contract No. DE-SC0012704.
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