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G. Gunion, Phys. Rev. Lett. 47, 297 (1981). - 22 - Relative q(x) Distribution in Nucleons and Nuclei G. T. Garveyt (for E-772", E-866"" (FNAL)) MS H846 Los Alamos National Laboratory Los Alamos, NM 87545 Abstract This paper is a briefreport on researchdone by E-772 at FNAL using the Drell-Yan Process in a particularkinematic arrangementto investigatethe relative sea quark content of nuclei and nucleons. 5%)out to the heaviest nuclei. Shadowingis observedto increaseas a functionof A at a level consistentwith that observed in deep inelasticscattering.

E. Cooper, B. Filippone, C. A. Gagliardi, G. T. Garvey, D. Isenhower, D. M. Jansen, D. M. Kaplan, G. C. Kiang, M. J. Leitch, J. B. McClelland, P. L. McGaughey, R. McKeown, C. S. Mishra, C. L. Morris, J. M. Moss, J. C. Peng, M. Sadler, P. K. Teng, R. E. Tribble (FNAL) Collaboration: D. M. Aide, H. W. Baer, T. A. Carey, G. T. Garvey, A. Klein, J. Leitch, J. W. Lillberg, P. L. McGaughey, C. S. Mishra, J. M. Moss, J. C. Peng, C. W. E. Cooper, Y. B. Hsiung, M. R. Adams, R. Guo, D. M. Kaplan, R. L. McCarthy, M.

It is easy to show in the spirit of Eqs. 4 [dj_(X2)- fi(x2)] [dp(z2)+_(z2)J N - Z - 1+ _ [A(z2)] . 195. Using data beyond that shown in Fig. 1, the ratio of the D-Y yield from W to that from an isoscalar target (C + D) was obtained [19]. Fig. 2 shows a plot of the values obtained for A(z2) as compared to some published sea quark distributions that account for the observed violation of the GSR. Two comments are in order. p(z) being greater than _p(z). The distribution that best fits the data is one [17] where the aT(z) -ii(z) difference occurs at small z.

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