[clas_members] Fwd: Fwd: Acceptance LY14483 Adikaram

David Ireland David.Ireland at glasgow.ac.uk
Fri Jan 9 10:20:38 EST 2015

Dear CLAS Collaborators

Good news to start the new year. Congratulations to Larry and all the 
TPE team for the acceptance of their paper in Phys Rev Lett.

Best wishes,


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: 	Fwd: Acceptance LY14483 Adikaram
Date: 	Wed, 7 Jan 2015 15:03:47 -0500
From: 	Larry Weinstein <lweinste at odu.edu>
Reply-To: 	<weinstein at odu.edu>
To: 	Dr D G Ireland <d.ireland at physics.gla.ac.uk>, Brian Raue
<baraue at jlab.org>, Dasuni Adikaram <dasuni at jlab.org>, Dipak Rimal
<drima001 at fiu.edu>, "John R. Arrington" <johna at anl.gov>, William Brooks
<brooksw at jlab.org>, Volker Burkert <burkert at jlab.org>, Mac Mestayer
<mestayer at jlab.org>, <mcontalb at fe.infn.it>, "Wood, Michael H"
<wood5 at canisius.edu>

Dear Folks,

The TPE paper was just accepted by PRL.  Congratulations to everyone for
their hard work and thanks to everyone for expediting the process.


-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: 	Acceptance LY14483 Adikaram
Date: 	Wed, 7 Jan 2015 15:00:01 -0500
From: 	prl at aps.org
Reply-To: 	prl at aps.org
To: 	lweinste at odu.edu

Re: LY14483
      Towards a resolution of the proton form factor problem: new electron
      and positron scattering data
      by D. Adikaram, D. Rimal, L. B. Weinstein, et al.

Dear Dr. Weinstein,

We are pleased to inform you that your manuscript has been accepted
for publication in Physical Review Letters.  We would also like to
bring the appended referee comments to your attention.

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,

Kevin Dusling
Assistant Editor
Physical Review Letters
Email:prl at aps.org

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Second Report of Referee A -- LY14483/Adikaram

I have read the new version of the manuscript with the changes the
authors made, and the response outlining their arguments for the
changes. They have adequately addressed my concerns, and I agree that
this very nice paper is now ready for publication.

Second Report of Referee B -- LY14483/Adikaram

I very recently have reviewed the manuscript entitled “Towards a
resolution of the proton form factor problem: new electron and
positron scattering data”. All comments/suggestions from both referees
were addressed satisfactorily in the revised version of the
manuscript. I therefore support publication of this manuscript in
Physics Review Letters with no further revisions necessary.

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