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This helps to compensate the smaller thickness of the gas target. The gas target has the advantage that it is almost not diluted by unpolarized carrier material as it is the case for the ND3 target. With the availability of highly polarized 3 He of several bars and the delivery of polarized continuous electron beams of high intensity, spin-dependent quantities can be studied, which show a large sensitivity to the underlying nuclear structure and reaction mechanism. Since in 3 He the protons reside with high probability in the S-state, the spin of 3 He is essentially carried by the neutron .
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