[clas_members] Fwd: Your Submission PLB-D-15-00868R1 (CLAS Paper 2015-1)

David Ireland David.Ireland at glasgow.ac.uk
Sun Aug 23 15:31:43 EDT 2015

Dear CLAS Collaborators,

This will probably be the last time I have the pleasure of informing you 
about another successful CLAS paper.

Congratulations to Steffen et al for the acceptance of their paper in PLB.



-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: 	Fwd: Your Submission PLB-D-15-00868R1
Date: 	Sun, 23 Aug 2015 14:21:35 -0400
From: 	Steffen Strauch <strauch at sc.edu>
To: 	William J Briscoe <briscoe at gwu.edu>, Michael Doering
<doring at gwu.edu>, Eberhard Klempt <klempt at hiskp.uni-bonn.de>, victor
<nikonov at hiskp.uni-bonn.de>, Eugene Pasyuk <pasyuk at jlab.org>, "Rönchen,
Deborah" <d.roenchen at fz-juelich.de>, Andrey Sarantsev
<andsar at hiskp.uni-bonn.de>, Igor Strakovsky <igor at gwu.edu>, Ronald
Workman <rworkman at gwu.edu>
CC: 	Volker Burkert <burkert at jlab.org>, Dave Ireland
<David.Ireland at glasgow.ac.uk>, Jerry Gilfoyle <ggilfoyl at richmond.edu>

Dear Colleagues,

I am pleased to inform you that our CLAS E paper has been accepted for

All the best,

> Begin forwarded message:
> *From: *Donald Geesaman <geesaman at anl.gov <mailto:geesaman at anl.gov>>
> *Subject: **Your Submission PLB-D-15-00868R1*
> *Date: *August 23, 2015 at 11:32:27 AM EDT
> *To: *<strauch at sc.edu <mailto:strauch at sc.edu>>
> *Cc: *<geesaman at anl.gov <mailto:geesaman at anl.gov>>,
> <glover at phy.anl.gov <mailto:glover at phy.anl.gov>>
> Ms. Ref. No.:  PLB-D-15-00868R1
> Title: First Measurement of the Polarization Observable E in the
> p(<gamma>,<pi>+)n Reaction up to 2.25 GeV
> Physics Letters B PLB-D-15-00868R1
> Dear Prof. Steffen Strauch,
> I am pleased to confirm that your paper "First Measurement of the
> Polarization Observable E in the p(<gamma>,<pi>+)n Reaction up to 2.25
> GeV" has been accepted for publication in Physics Letters B.
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> Comments from the Editors and Reviewers:
> Reviewer #1: My comments and suggestions have been nicely addressed in
> the revised version. I recommend the publication of this manuscript.
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