[clas_members] [Fwd: [EXTERNAL] Fwd: Acceptance LA17208 Diehl]

silvia at jlab.org silvia at jlab.org
Sat Jan 22 03:48:57 EST 2022

Dear all,
let's congratulate Stefan Diehl, the RGA team, as well as all of us: the
pi+ SIDIS paper, based on analysis of RGA data, has been accepted by PRL.
It will be the third CLAS12 publication, and third PRL!
Best regards,

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Subject: [EXTERNAL] Fwd: Acceptance LA17208 Diehl
From:    "Stefan Diehl" <Stefan.Diehl at exp2.physik.uni-giessen.de>
Date:    Fri, January 21, 2022 2:46 pm
To:      silvia at jlab.org

Dear Silvia,

Our SIDIS pi+ paper is finally accepted by PRL.

Best regards,

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    Betreff: Acceptance LA17208 Diehl
         An: stefan.diehl at exp2.physik.uni-giessen.de

Re: LA17208
     Multidimensional, high precision measurements of beam single spin
     asymmetries in semi-inclusive  pi  + electroproduction off protons in
     the valence region
     by S. Diehl, A. Kim, G. Angelini, et al.

Dear Dr. Diehl,

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

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,

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Associate Editor
Physical Review Letters
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