Photoproduction of Neutral Mesons in Hydrogen at High Energies

Walker, R.L. ; Oakley, D.C. ; Tollestrup, A.V. ;
Phys.Rev. 89 (1953) 1301-1302, 1953.
Inspire Record 944936 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.26445

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Positive Photomesons from Hydrogen at 0-degrees

Jarmie, Nelson ; Repp, Gordon W. ; White, R.Stephen ;
Phys.Rev. 91 (1953) 1023-1024, 1953.
Inspire Record 944935 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.26458

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Correlations Associated with Particles Produced at Small Angles in p p Collisions at the CERN ISR

The CHLM collaboration Albrow, M.G. ; Barber, D.P. ; Benz, P. ; et al.
Nucl.Phys.B 102 (1976) 275-296, 1976.
Inspire Record 2886 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.36078

Data on correlations between momentum analysed protons, pions or K mesons, and charged particles produced in pp collisions at the CERN ISR are presented. The charged particles were detected in a ∼4 π scintillation counter hodoscope. The pseudo-rapidity distributions are well described by production within the limits of cylindrical phase space, with negative kaons and antiprotons yielding narrower distributions than protons, pions and positive kaons. The azimuthal distributions show symmetry around the t -channel axis in the rest frame of the recoiling mass M x in pp → aX (a = detected proton, pion, positive kaon).

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Multiplicities of charged hadrons in 280 GeV/c muon-proton scattering

The European Muon collaboration Arneodo, M. ; Arvidson, A. ; Aubert, J.J. ; et al.
Nucl.Phys.B 258 (1985) 90611 249-266, 1985.
Inspire Record 213391 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.33787

Properties of the hadron multiplicity distributions in 280 GeV/c μ<sup loc="post">+</sup>p interactions have been investigated. The c.m. energy dependence in the range from 4 to 20 GeV of the total charged multiplicities are presented. No variation faster than logarithmic is seen in the energy range of this experiment. Comparison with νp and <math altimg="si1.gif"><ovl type="bar" style="s">ν</ovl><rm>p</rm></math> data at lower energy has been made and shows good agreement between μ<sup loc="post">+</sup>p and <math altimg="si1.gif"><ovl type="bar" style="s">ν</ovl><rm>p</rm></math> total charged multiplicities. It has been found that the average forward multiplicity (charged hadrons with xF > 0) exceeds the average backward multiplicity (charged hadrons with xF < 0) in the whole energy range and presents a different energy variation. The average forward multiplicity has been compared to e<sup loc="post">+</sup>e<sup loc="post">−</sup> data and shows a similar dependence on energy. Little correlation was observed between the forward and backward multiplicities indicating that the current and target regions fragment almost independently.

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Charm $D$ Meson Production in 360-{GeV} $\pi^- p$ Interactions: Evidence for Leading Quarks

The LEBC-EHS collaboration Aguilar-Benitez, M. ; Allison, W.W.M. ; Bagnaia, P. ; et al.
Phys.Lett.B 123 (1983) 98-102, 1983.
Inspire Record 182456 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.30715

Charm D-meson production in 360 GeV π − p interactions has been studied using the high-resolution hydrogen bubble chamber LEBC and the European Hybrid Spectrometer. The data show evidence for leading quark effects both in the number of D-meson types and in the Feynman x distributions. The production cross section is of the form d 2 δ d x d p T 2 ∞(1-x) n exp (-ap T 2 ) with n = 2.8±0.8 and a = 1.1±0.3 (GeV/ c ) −2 . The x distribution is, however, compatible with the presence of both central ( n = 6) and leading (n = 1) D / D production. The fraction of D-messons in the leading component is estimated to be ≈30%. The rapidity gap between members of reconstructed charm pairs is small compared to the available rapidity range. The inclusive cross section for single D-messons in the forward direction is: δ(D/ D )=(40 8 +15 )μ b ( for x>0) .

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Charm $D$ Meson Production in 360-{GeV}/$c p p$ Interactions: Comparison With $\pi^- p$ at the Same Energy

The LEBC-EHS collaboration Aguilar-Benitez, M. ; Allison, W.W.M. ; Bagnaia, P. ; et al.
Phys.Lett.B 123 (1983) 103-107, 1983.
Inspire Record 182457 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.30746

Charm D-meson production in 360 GeV pp interactions has been studied using the high-resolution hydrogen bubble chamber LEBC and the European Hybrid Spectrometer. D-mesons are produced with a differential cross section of the form d 2 σ d x d p T 2 δ(1-x) n exp (-ap T 2 ) , with n =1.8± 0.8 and a =1.1±0.03 GeV/ c −2 for the Feynman x and Transverse momentum p T behaviour. The inclusive partle prticle crossssection for D and D̄;measured to be: σ(D/ D ̄ ) = (56 −12 25 μ b (for all x ). The Λ c D ̄ cross section can be estimated to be ≈20 μ b. No strong correlation is observed between DD̄ pairs. The results are compared with results from a study of D-meaon production in 360 GeV/ c π − p interactions also using LEBC-EHS.

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A TOTAL ENERGY TRIGGER AT LARGE ANGLES USED IN A CALORIMETRIC STUDY OF 150-GeV AND 300-GeV PION AND PROTON INTERACTIONS ON HYDROGEN

De Marzo, C. ; De Palma, M. ; Distante, A. ; et al.
Nucl.Phys.B 227 (1983) 189-205, 1983.
Inspire Record 190805 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.33933

Hard hadronic scattering was studied by selecting 150 GeV and 300 GeV π − p and pp events with large energy in a 240 cell calorimeter covering 45† to 135† in the c.m.s. polar angle and the full 2 π azimuth. A downstream calorimeter measured the remaining energy flow at smaller angles. For large energy deposited in the segmented calorimeter the proton induced cross section drops below the pion induced cross section, as expected in a constituent scattering picture. However, neither a simple energy scaling of the cross section nor a dominant jet structure of the events is observed. No evidence was found for recently proposed higher-twist mechanisms leading to events

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MEASUREMENT OF THE AVERAGE TRANSVERSE MOMENTUM AND OF THE PION EMISSION VOLUME IN PROTON NUCLEUS AND ANTI-PROTON NUCLEUS REACTIONS AT 200-GEV

De Marzo, C. ; De Palma, M. ; Distante, A. ; et al.
Phys.Rev.D 29 (1984) 363-367, 1984.
Inspire Record 202202 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.23727

We have measured 〈p⊥〉 as a function of multiplicity for the reaction proton (antiproton) on proton, neon, argon, and xenon. For all reactions, 〈p⊥〉 is independent of multiplicity. We observed that the pion-emission volume is the same for both hydrogen and xenon targets and has a radius about 1.5 fm. Our analysis shows no indication of a deconfinement phase transition in nuclear matter.

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Search for charmed particles with the heavy liquid bubble chamber BIBC

Badertscher, A. ; Hahn, B. ; Hugentobler, E. ; et al.
Phys.Lett.B 123 (1983) 471-476, 1983.
Inspire Record 179578 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.30743

In a search for short lived particles with a high resolution C 3 F 8 bubble chamber and a streamer chamber, 21 charmed meson candidates produced by 340 GeV cπ − have been identified. The cross section for associated charm production is (28±11) μb per nucleon assuming a linear A -dependence. The mean lifetimes of the D mesons in units of 10 −13 s are τ( D 0 , D ̄ 0 ) = 4.1 −1.3 +2.6 ± 0.5, τ( D ± ) = 6.3 −2.3 4.8 ± 1.5 .

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LINEAR A DEPENDENCE ASSUMED FROM PROD. OF 33+-13 D-DBAR EVENTS.


A Study of Deep Inelastic Hadron - Hadron Collisions with a Large Acceptance Calorimeter Trigger

The Bari-Cracow-Liverpool-Munich-Nijmegen collaboration De Marzo, C. ; De Palma, M. ; Distante, A. ; et al.
Phys.Lett.B 112 (1982) 173-177, 1982.
Inspire Record 176541 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.34014

Large transverse energy cross sections of 300 GeV/ c pions and protons on hydrogen have been measured with a segmented calorimeter covering the central rapidity region −0.88 < y < 0.67 and 2 π in azimuth. The selected events show large multiplicities and no jet-like event structure. Processes more complicated than the scattering of two constituents appear to dominate these inelastic collisions.

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