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Introduction
1.1 Field Theory and the S-matrix
1.1.1 The S-matrix
1.2 Observables
1.3 Pion Photoproduction from Nucleons
1.4 N(γ,π) Kinematics
1.5 Photoproduction Amplitudes
The Kroll Ruderman, PVBorn and Pion pole Terms
2.1 The Pseudovector Coupling Lagrangian
2.2 The Kroll-Ruderman Term
2.3 The Born Terms
2.4 The Pion Pole Term
2.5 The CGLN Amplitudes
2.5.1 Born, Pion Pole and Kroll-Ruderman Amplitudes
2.6 Results
The N(1440) Resonance
3.1 The Lagrangian and Feynman Rules
3.1.1 Coupling Constants
3.2 The CGLN Amplitudes
3.2.1 N(1440) Amplitudes
3.3 Results
The ∆(1232) Resonance
4.1 The ∆(1232) Wavefunction
4.2 The Feynman Rules
4.3 The CGLN Amplitudes
4.3.1 Resonance Amplitudes
4.4 Results
Vector Meson Exchange
5.1 The Lagrangian and Feynman Rules
5.2 The CGLN Amplitudes
5.2.1 Vector Meson Amplitudes
5.3 Results
Integrating Out the Resonance Fields
6.1 The Decoupling Theorem
6.2 Integrating Out the N(1440) Resonance
6.3 Integrating Out the ∆(1232) Resonance
The ∆(1232) Off-shell Parameters
Results and Discussion
8.1 Neutral Pion Production
8.1.1 Photoproduction from the Proton
ranging to 170 MeV to take full advantage of the SAL data
8.1.2 Photoproduction from the Neutron
8.2 Charged Pion Production
Summary and Conclusions
Units and conventions
A.1 General Definitions
A.2 Isospin
A.3 Fields
A.4 Interactions
Multipoles and observables
Introduction to Chiral Perturbation Theory
C.1 Chiral Symmetry
C.2 Chiral Perturbation Theory
C.3 Heavy Baryon Chiral Perturbation Theory
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Threshold Pion Photoproduction

Threshold Pion Photoproduction

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An effective chiral lagrangian, including contributions from vector meson exchange, the spin-3/2 delta(1232) resonance, and the N(1440) resonance, is used to calculate the CGLN amplitudes and the low energy electric and magnetic multipoles. These results are then compared with experiment. Heavy Baryon Chiral Perturbation Theory is also discussed.
An effective chiral lagrangian, including contributions from vector meson exchange, the spin-3/2 delta(1232) resonance, and the N(1440) resonance, is used to calculate the CGLN amplitudes and the low energy electric and magnetic multipoles. These results are then compared with experiment. Heavy Baryon Chiral Perturbation Theory is also discussed.

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