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The yields of particles of 1 and 2 charges from proton interactions on $^{58}Ni$ and $^{64}Ni$ targets at 7.54 GeV energy

Krasnov, L.V. ; Lakomkin, Yu.A. ; Litvin, V.F. ; et al.
No Journal Information, 2016.
Inspire Record 1501543 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.76287
11 data tables

Axis error includes +- 20/20 contribution.

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BACKWARD PRODUCTION OF LIGHT IONS IN THE INTERACTION OF 400-GEV PROTONS WITH NUCLEI

Frankel, S. ; Frati, W. ; Gazzaly, M. ; et al.
Phys.Rev. C20 (1979) 2257-2266, 1979.
Inspire Record 148390 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.10185
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Evolution of a spallation reaction: experiment and Monte Carlo simulation

Enke, M. ; Herbach, C.M. ; Hilscher, D. ; et al.
Nucl.Phys. A657 (1999) 317-339, 1999.
Inspire Record 1389773 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.36170

Reaction cross sections and production cross sections for neutrons, hydrogen, and helium have been measured for 1.2, 1.8 GeV p+Fe, Ni, Ag, Ta, W, Au, Pb and U and are compared with different intra-nuclear-cascade- combined with evaporation-models. Agreement for neutrons and considerable differences for light charged particles are observed between experiment and calculation as well as between different models. The discrepancies are associated with specific deficiencies in the models. The exclusive data measured with two 4π-detectors for neutron and charged particle detection allowed furthermore a systematic comparison of observables characteristic of different stages of the temporal evolution of a spallation reaction: inelastic collision probability, excitation energy distribution, pre-equilibrium emission, and inclusive production cross sections.

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High $p_T$ Deuteron and Anti-deuteron Production in $p p$ and $p$ a Collisions at 70-{GeV}

Abramov, V.V. ; Baldin, B.Yu. ; Buzulutskov, A.F. ; et al.
Sov.J.Nucl.Phys. 45 (1987) 845, 1987.
Inspire Record 230030 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.40804
8 data tables

Axis error includes +- 0.0/0.0 contribution (?////DUE TO ABSORPTION CORRECTIONS//THE CORRECTION TO THE RATIO DEUT/P DUE TO DIFFERENCE OF PARTICLE ABSORPTION IN CHERENKOV COUNTERS WERE DETERMINED EXPERIMENTALLY (IN THE RANGE 6-45 PCT). THERE WAS THE CORRECTION OF ABOUT 19 PCT FOR ABSORPTION IN THE OTHER PARTS OF THE SPECTROMETER).

Axis error includes +- 0.0/0.0 contribution (?////DUE TO ABSORPTION CORRECTIONS//THE CORRECTION TO THE RATIO DEUT/P DUE TO DIFFERENCE OF PARTICLE ABSORPTION IN CHERENKOV COUNTERS WERE DETERMINED EXPERIMENTALLY (IN THE RANGE 6-45 PCT). THERE WAS THE CORRECTION OF ABOUT 19 PCT FOR ABSORPTION IN THE OTHER PARTS OF THE SPECTROMETER).

Axis error includes +- 0.0/0.0 contribution (?////DUE TO ABSORPTION CORRECTIONS//THE CORRECTION TO THE RATIO DEUT/P DUE TO DIFFERENCE OF PARTICLE ABSORPTION IN CHERENKOV COUNTERS WERE DETERMINED EXPERIMENTALLY (IN THE RANGE 6-45 PCT). THERE WAS THE CORRECTION OF ABOUT 19 PCT FOR ABSORPTION IN THE OTHER PARTS OF THE SPECTROMETER).

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Inclusive Cross-Sections for 180-Degree Production of High-Energy Protons, Deuterons, and Tritons in p-Nucleus Collisions at 600-MeV and 800-MeV

Frankel, S. ; Frati, W. ; Van Dyck, O. ; et al.
Phys.Rev.Lett. 36 (1976) 642, 1976.
Inspire Record 100888 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.21102
2 data tables

D3(SIG)/D3(P) is fitted by the equation: CONST*exp(-SLOPE*P**2/(2*M)). CONST is presented per nucleon.

D3(SIG)/D3(P) is fitted by the equation: CONST*exp(-SLOPE*P**2/(2*M)). CONST is presented per nucleon.


Composite particle production in relativistic Au + Pt, Si + Pt, and p + Pt collisions

The E886 collaboration Saito, N. ; Bassalleck, B. ; Burger, T. ; et al.
Phys.Rev. C49 (1994) 3211-3218, 1994.
Inspire Record 383739 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.25998
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Fast deuteron and deuteron - like pairs produced in proton interactions with emulsion nuclei at 8.4-GeV/c

El-Nadi, M. ; Yasin, M.N. ; Abd El Halim, S.M.A. ;
Phys.Lett. B365 (1996) 423-426, 1996.
Inspire Record 426674 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.28424
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SPIN EFFECTS IN CUMULATIVE PRODUCTION OF PROTONS AND DEUTERONS IN PROTON - NUCLEUS INTERACTIONS AT 16-GeV TO 64-GeV

Belyaev, I.M. ; Vlasov, N.V. ; Gavrishchuk, O.P. ; et al.
Conference Paper, 1989.
Inspire Record 285499 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.38741
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FAST DEUTERONS FROM PROTON NUCLEUS COLLISIONS AT 2.5-GEV - 9.2-GEV. (IN RUSSIAN)

Safronov, G.A. ; Baranov, M.V. ; Voronin, S.V. ; et al.
Sov.J.Nucl.Phys. 47 (1988) 966-969, 1988.
Inspire Record 272212 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.17350
2 data tables

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THE STUDY OF p C INTERACTIONS AT p (p) = 10-GeV/c WITH THE EMISSION OF CUMULATIVE DEUTERONS

Armutliisky, D. ; Kopylova, D.K. ; Lyubimov, V.B. ; et al.
Sov.J.Nucl.Phys. 48 (1988) 294, 1988.
Inspire Record 250949 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.38920
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ALL NEGATIVE PARTICLES WAS CONSIDERED AS PI-.

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Production of cumulative deuterons and tritium nuclei with momenta of 0.6-GeV/c - 1.83-GeV/c. (In Russian)

Boyarinov, S.V. ; Gerzon, S.A. ; Kiselev, Yu.T. ; et al.
Sov.J.Nucl.Phys. 47 (1988) 600-604, 1988.
Inspire Record 272921 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.40111
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DEUTERON PRODUCTION IN PROTON - NUCLEAR INTERACTIONS AT 7.5-GeV/c

Bayukov, Yu.D. ; Gavrilov, V.B. ; Goryainov, N.A. ; et al.
No Journal Information, 1982.
Inspire Record 182572 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.40190
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INCLUSIVE SPECTRA OF PROTONS AND DEUTERONS EMITTED AT AN ANGLE OF 162-degrees FROM PROTON NUCLEON INTERACTIONS AT 2.2-GeV/c, 6-GeV/c AND 8.5-GeV/c

Burgov, N.A. ; Vlasov, M.K. ; Vorobev, L.S. ; et al.
Sov.J.Nucl.Phys. 30 (1979) 371, 1979.
Inspire Record 133478 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.40304
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Inelastic Interaction of High-Energy Particles with Light Nuclei and Cluster Structure of Nuclei

Avdeichikov, V.V ; Bogatin, V.I. ; Lozhkin, O.V. ;
Yad.Fiz. 25 (1977) 3-15, 1977.
Inspire Record 123727 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.18296
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ANGLE ER.D(OMEGA) = 1.990000000 MSR.

ANGLE ER.D(OMEGA) = 1.990000000 MSR.

ANGLE ER.D(OMEGA) = 1.990000000 MSR.

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Production of Pions and Light Fragments at Large Angles in High-Energy Nuclear Collisions

Nagamiya, S. ; Lemaire, M.C. ; Moller, E. ; et al.
Phys.Rev. C24 (1981) 971-1009, 1981.
Inspire Record 169971 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.26341

Inclusive cross sections for production of π+, π−, p, d, H3, He3, and He4 have been measured at laboratory angles from 10° to 145° in nuclear collisions of Ne + Naf, Ne + Cu, and Ne + Pb at 400 MeV/nucleon, C + C, C + Pb, Ne + NaF, Ne + Cu, Ne + Pb, Ar + KCl, and Ar + Pb at 800 MeV/nucleon, and Ne + NaF and Ne + Pb at 2.1 GeV/nucleon. The production of light fragments in proton induced collisions at beam energies of 800 MeV and 2.1 GeV has also been measured in order to allow us to compare these processes. For equal-mass nuclear collisions the total integrated yields of nuclear charges are well explained by a simple participant-spectator model. For 800 MeV/nucleon beams the energy spectra of protons at c.m. 90° are characterized by a "shoulder-arm" type of spectrum shape with an exponential falloff at high energies, whereas those of pions are of a simple exponential type. The inverse of the exponential slope, E0, for protons is systematically larger than that for pions. This value of E0 is larger for heavier-mass projectiles and targets. It also increases monotonically with the beam energy. The angular anisotropy of protons is larger than that of pions. The yield ratio of π− to total nuclear charge goes up with the beam energy, whereas the yields of composite fragments decrease. The ratio of low-energy π− to π+, as well as that of H3 to He3, is larger than the neutron to proton ratio of the system. The spectrum shape of the composite fragments with mass number A is explained very well by the Ath power of the observed proton spectra. The sizes of the interaction region are evaluated from the observed coalescence coefficients. The radius obtained is typically 3-4 fm. The yield ratio of composite fragments to protons strongly depends on the projectile and target masses and the beam energy, but not on the emission angle of the fragments. These results are compared with currently available theoretical models. NUCLEAR REACTIONS Ne + NaF, Ne + Cu, Ne + Pb, EA=400 MeV/nucleon; C + C, C + Pb, Ne + NaF, Ne + Cu, Ne + Pb, Ar + KCl, Ar + Pb, EA=800 MeV/nucleon; Ne + NaF, Ne + Pb, EA=2100 MeV/nucleon; p + C, p+ NaF, p + KCl, p + Cu, p + Pb, E=800 MeV; p + C, p + NaF, p + KCl, p + Cu, p + Pb, E=2100 MeV; measured σ(p,θ) for π+, π−, p, d, H3, He3, and He4.

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