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CORRECTED FOR BOTH ELASTIC AND BREAKUP COULOMB-NUCLEAR INTERFERENCE. AUTHORS ALSO ESTIMATE DEUTERIUM CORRECTIONS TO DEDUCE CORRESPONDING P N AND I=0 VALUES.
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THESE DATA WERE PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED IN YU. P. GORIN ET AL., SJNP 15, 530 (1972) OR YF 15, 953 (1972).
ANTIPARTICLE-PARTICLE CROSS SECTION DIFFERENCES.
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Measurements have been made of the total cross sections σ(p−p) and σ(p−d) over the laboratory momentum range 1.1 to 8 GeV/c, with relative errors of 0.1%. The absolute accuracies of these cross sections are limited to 0.3% by lack of information which will allow the Coulomb-nuclear interference to be calculated accurately. Values of the total cross sections σ(p−n) and σ(I=0) are deduced by assuming the Glauber correction. Structure is observed in σ(p−p) near a mass value of 2.75 GeV/c2; its interpretation is discussed. σ(I=0) rises rapidly in the range 2.3 to 2.9 GeV/c2, and this is attributed to the onset of strong inelastic scattering.