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23) of the spin structure function on the quark spin distributions emerges. At NLO however, the factorization between the quark spin distributions and coefficient functions shown in Eq. 31 cannot be defined unambiguously. This is known as factorization scheme dependence and results from an ambiguity in how the perturbative physics is divided between the definition of the quark/gluon spin distributions and the coefficient functions. There are also ambiguities associated with the definition of the matrix in dimensions [272] and in how to include the axial anomaly.

As the experiments are taken at different accelerator facilities with differing beam energies the data span a range of In addition, because of the extensive data set that has been accumulated and the recently computed higher-order QCD corrections, it is possible to produce parameterizations of the data based on Next-to-Leading-Order (NLO) QCD fits to the data. , the RHIC spin program). These fits have also yielded some initial information on the gluon spin distribution, because of the radiative effects that couple the quark and gluon spin distributions at NLO.

These cross-sections can also be expressed in terms of spin-independent and spin-dependent cross-sections In the limit of stable beam currents, target densities and polarizations, the experimentally measured asymmetry is usually expressed in terms of the measured count rates N and the number of incident electrons is then determined via where and are the beam and target polarizations respectively, is a dilution factor due to scattering from unpolarized material and accounts for QED radiative effects [34].