Cross-Sections of Annihilation and Inelastic Final States for anti-p p Interactions at 9.1-GeV/c

The LIVERPOOL-STOCKHOLM collaboration Gregory, P.S. ; Johnson, P. ; Mason, P. ; et al.
Nucl.Phys.B 119 (1977) 60-76, 1977.
Inspire Record 123859 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.8340

Topological and channel cross sections are given for annihilation and inelastic final states produced in p p interactions at 9.1 GeV/c. Cross sections for prominent resonances in specific channels and charged pion, ϱ 0 and Δ ++ inclusive cross sections are also presented.

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FITTED FORWARD D(SIG)/DT = 153 +- 8 MB/GEV**2.

CHANNEL CROSS SECTIONS FOR 2, 4, 6, AND 8 PRONG REACTIONS.

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ELASTIC SCATTERING AND TOTAL CROSS-SECTIONS: RECENT EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS

Ekelof, T. ;
283-294, 1983.
Inspire Record 201990 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.1427

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BEST ESTIMATE BASE ON THIS AND EARLIER MEASUREMENT ASSUMING RHO = 0.15.

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Pion Production without Annihilation in Antiproton-Proton Interactions at 3.6 GeV/c

Dehne, H.C. ; Lohrmann, E. ; Raubold, E. ; et al.
Phys.Rev. 136 (1964) B843-B851, 1964.
Inspire Record 944966 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.528

Interactions of antiprotons were studied at a momentum of 3.6 GeV/c in a hydrogen bubble chamber. Particular attention was paid to single and multiple pion production without annihilation. Cross sections for the various pion-production channels are given. The total cross section for pion production without annihilation and not including strange-particle production is 18.6−3.3+2.4 mb. Single pion production is found to agree with the predictions of the one-pion-exchange model for small values of the four-momentum transfer. Double pion production in the reaction p¯p→pp¯π+π− agrees with the one-pion-exchange model for all values of the four-momentum transfer, if all possible diagrams are taken into account. The main contribution comes from events where a 32−32 pion-nucleon isobar-anti-isobar pair is produced. For these events the Treiman-Yang angular distribution and the decay angular distributions of the isobars are also in agreement with the one-pion-exchange model.

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EVIDENCE AGAINST THE S MESON

Clough, A.S. ; Beard, C.I. ; Bugg, D.V. ; et al.
Phys.Lett.B 146 (1984) 299-302, 1984.
Inspire Record 209024 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.30494

Measurements are reported of p̄p total cross sections from 388 to 599 MeV/ c in small momentum steps. Statistical errors are typically ±0.4%and the normalisation uncertainty is ±0.7%. There is no evidence for the “S-meson”.

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DATA TAKEN WITH 8.33 CM LH2 TARGET.

DATA TAKEN WITH 1.17 CM LH2 TARGET.


Cross Sections for Antiprotons in Hydrogen, Beryllium, Carbon, and Lead

Cork, Bruce ; Lambertson, Glen R. ; Piccioni, Oreste ; et al.
Phys.Rev. 107 (1957) 248-256, 1957.
Inspire Record 944999 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.26942

A strong-focusing momentum channel has been arranged to form a beam from antiprotons produced by 6.0-Bev protons striking an internal target of the Bevatron. The channel consists of five 4-inch-diameter magnetic quadrupole lenses and two deflecting magnets adjusted to give a ±5% momentum interval. The antiprotons were selected from a large background of mesons by a scintillation counter telescope with a time-of-flight coincidence circuit having a resolution of ±2×10−9 second. This system allowed detection of approximately 400 antiprotons per hour. With a liquid hydrogen attenuator, the total antiproton-proton cross section at four different energies, 190, 300, 500, and 700 Mev, has been observed to be 135, 104, 97, and 94 mb, respectively. Also, the total cross sections for antiprotons incident on Be and C have been measured at two energies. The inelastic cross sections for carbon have been measured by observing the pulse heights produced by the interactions in a target of liquid scintillator. To measure the inelastic cross section for a high-Z element, lead wafers were immersed in the liquid scintillator, and to select inelastic events the pulse heights were measured.

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Precision measurements of anti-proton proton forward elastic scattering parameters in the 3.7-GeV/c to 6.2-GeV/c region

The E760 collaboration Armstrong, T.A. ; Bettoni, D. ; Bharadwaj, V. ; et al.
Phys.Lett.B 385 (1996) 479-486, 1996.
Inspire Record 431921 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.28348

Differential cross sections for p p elastic scattering have been measured for very small momentum transfers at six different incident antiproton momenta in the range 3.7 to 6.2 GeV/c by the detection of recoil protons at scattering angles close to 90°. Forward scattering parameters σ T , b , and ϱ have been determined. For the ϱ-parameter, up to an order of magnitude higher level of precision has been achieved compared to that in earlier experiments. It is found that existing dispersion theory predictions are in disagreement with our results for the ϱ-parameter.

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Results of the SIG(T)-free analysis. Errors include systematic uncertainties.

Results of the SIG(T)-fixed analysis. Errors include systematic uncertainties.

CT values of the total cross section from the SIG(T)-free analysis. Errors include systematic uncertainties.

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Measurement of the $\bar{p} p$ total cross-section at $\sqrt{s}$ = 1800-GeV

The CDF collaboration White, Sebastian N. ;
Nucl.Phys.B Proc.Suppl. 25 (1992) 19-25, 1992.
Inspire Record 320359 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.43063

The pp differential elastic scattering cross section was measured at √s = 1800 GeV, using an improved accelerator luminositydetermination and CDF small angle data in the range of 0.05 ≤ t ≤ 0.2(GeV/c)2. By extrapolating the differential cross sections to t=0 and using the optical theorem we obtain a total cross section of σtot(pp) = 72.0±3.6 mb. This result is preliminary in the sense that we expect to further reduce the systematic error on the optical point.

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A Luminosity Independent Measurement of the $\bar{p} p$ Total Cross-section at $\sqrt{s}=1$.8-tev

The E-710 collaboration Amos, Norman A. ; Avila, C. ; Baker, W.F. ; et al.
Phys.Lett.B 243 (1990) 158-164, 1990.
Inspire Record 27474 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.29696

We report a measurement of the p p total cross section at √ s =1.8 TeV using a luminosity-independent method. Our result is σ T =72.1±3.3 mb ; we also derive the total elastic cross section σ el =16.6±1.6 mb. A value is obtained for the total single diffraction cross section of 11.7±2.3 mb.

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Assuming RHO = 0.145.

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ANTI-P P TOTAL CROSS-SECTIONS BELOW 420-MEV/C

Bugg, D.V. ; Hall, J. ; Clough, A.S. ; et al.
Phys.Lett.B 194 (1987) 563-567, 1987.
Inspire Record 253124 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.30120

p̄p total cross sections have been measured from 220 to 413 MeV/ c in small (⩽ 10 MeV/ c ) steps of momentum with statistics of ± 0.5 %. There is no evidence for structure in the cross section, and a limit of 8 mb MeV/ c 2 is set with 90% confidence on the strength of any narrow resonance down to 250 MeV/ c .

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Data taken with long target.

Data taken with short target.


Analysis of the Highest Transverse Energy Events Seen in the UA1 Detector at the S $p \bar{p}$ S Collider

The UA1 collaboration Albajar, C. ; Albrow, M.G. ; Allkofer, O.C. ; et al.
Z.Phys.C 36 (1987) 33, 1987.
Inspire Record 248074 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.15751

This is the first full solid angle analysis of large transverse energy events in\(p\bar p\) collisions at the CERN collider. Events with transverse energies in excess of 200 GeV at\(\sqrt s= 630 GeV\) are studied for any non-standard physics and quantitatively compared with expectations from perturbative QCD Monte Carlo models. A corrected differential cross section is presented. A detailed examination is made of jet profiles, event jet multiplicities and the fraction of the transverse energy carried by the two jets with the highest transverse jet energies. There is good agreement with standard theory for events with transverse energies up to the largest observed values\(( \approx \sqrt {s/2} )\) and the analysis shows no evidence for any non-QCD mechanism to account for the event characteristics.

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