[clas_members] Fwd: Acceptance CZ10354 Park (CLAS Paper 2014-8)

David Ireland David.Ireland at glasgow.ac.uk
Thu Feb 19 12:32:16 EST 2015

Dear CLAS Collaborators,

Congratulations to Kijun, Inna and Volker on the acceptance of their 
paper "Measurements of ep->e'pi+n at 1.6 < W < 2.0 GeV and extraction of 
nucleon resonance electrocouplings at CLAS".	

Best wishes,


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Subject: 	Acceptance CZ10354 Park
Date: 	Tue, 17 Feb 2015 14:07:27 -0500
From: 	prc at aps.org
Reply-To: 	prc at aps.org
To: 	burkert at jlab.org

Re: CZ10354
      Measurements of ep rightarrow e prime  pi  +n at 1.6<W<2.0 GeV and
      extraction of nucleon resonance electrocouplings at CLAS
      by K. Park, I. G. Aznauryan, V. D. Burkert, et al.

Dear Dr. Burkert,

We are pleased to inform you that your manuscript has been accepted
for publication as a Regular Article in Physical Review C.

Your manuscript will now be prepared for the production process.  If
any issues arise we will contact you; otherwise your manuscript will
be forwarded directly to our production department.  Please do not
send a revised manuscript or figures at this time unless requested.

Yours sincerely,

Bradley W. Filippone
Associate Editor
Physical Review C
Email: prc at aps.org


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