pp Interactions at 303 GeV/c: Inclusive Studies of Gamma, $K^0_S$, and $\Lambda^0$ Production.

Dao, F.T. ; Gordon, D. ; Lach, J. ; et al.
Phys.Rev.Lett. 30 (1973) 1151-1154, 1973.
Inspire Record 81780 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.21419

From analysis of V0 events observed in an exposure of the National Accelerator Laboratory 30-in. bubble chamber to 303−GeVc protons, we obtain these results: (1) 〈nπ0〉 rises approximately linearly with n-, implying strong coupling of neutral and charged pions, while 〈nKS0〉 is less coupled to n; (2) γ, KS0, and Λ0 production cross sections are approaching a scaling limit by 303 GeVc; (3) within the limited statistics, dσdy is flat in the central region for KS0 and low-multiplicity γ events.

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Inclusive Production of $\pi^{\pm}$, $K^{\pm}$, $p$, $\bar{p}$ in High-Energy pp Collisions

Johnson, J.R. ; Kammerud, R. ; Ohsugi, T. ; et al.
Phys.Rev.Lett. 39 (1977) 1173-1176, 1977.
Inspire Record 121763 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.4502

We have measured the single-particle inclusive cross sections for p+p→π±+X, K±+X, p+X, p¯+X in the low-p⊥ region (≲ 1.5 GeV/c) as a function of the radial scaling variable XR in p−p collisions at 100, 200, and 400 GeV at Fermilab. The measured π+π− and K+K− ratios are shown to be remarkably similar to the same ratios which have recently been measured at large p⊥ at 90° in the center-of-mass system.

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$\upsilon$ production at CDF

The CDF collaboration Abe, F. ; Papadimitriou, V. ;
FERMILAB-CONF-95-227-E, 1995.
Inspire Record 397256 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.43022

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CDF top quark production and mass

The CDF collaboration Incandela, J. ;
Nuovo Cim.A 109 (1996) 741-746, 1996.
Inspire Record 397701 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.43018

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Observation of the top quark

The D0 collaboration Greenlee, Herbert ;
Frascati Phys.Ser. 2 (1995) 0695-712, 1995.
Inspire Record 395692 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.43028

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Inclusive $\pi^0$ Production Over Large $X_{\perp}$ Transverse and $X_F$ Ranges in 200 GeV/c, 300 GeV/c and 400 GeV/c Proton - Beryllium Interactions

Baltrusaitis, R.M. ; Binkley, Morris E. ; Cox, B. ; et al.
Phys.Rev.Lett. 44 (1980) 122, 1980.
Inspire Record 141769 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.42706

Measurements of recognized π0 production in p-Be collisions for 0.1<X⊥<0.5 and −0.8<XF<0.0 at 200, 300, and 400 GeV/c are presented. These invariant cross sections are fitted by Edσdp3=A(1−XR)MP⊥−N over this range of X⊥ and XF with M=4.88±0.14 and N=8.90±0.10 independent of energy. No significant evidence for breaking of this scaling is observed over this large kinematic region at these energies.

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A Search for Direct Photon Production in 200 GeV/c and 300 GeV/c Proton - Beryllium Interactions

Baltrusaitis, R.M. ; Binkley, Morris E. ; Cox, B. ; et al.
Phys.Lett.B 88 (1979) 372-378, 1979.
Inspire Record 142314 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.27292

A search has been made for direct photon production in pBe interactions at 200 and 300 GeV/ c over the kinematic region 1.5 < P ⊥ < 4.0 GeV/ c and −0.7 < X F < 0 (90° < θ cms < 160°). An excess of single photons above that which is predicted from the measured π 0 and η 0 production is observed. Theratio of γ / π 0 production is calculated assuming that the excess arises from direct photon production. We find that this ratio averages 0.070 ± 0.025 (including systematic errors) in this region of X F and P ⊥ for our 200 and 300 GeV/ c data. We have used our measured value of the η / π 0 ratio of 0.47 ± 0.10 in the determination of the γ / π 0 ratio. The variation of γ / π 0 with X F , P ⊥ , X R and θ cms presented.

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Inclusive rho0 Production in pi- p Interactions at 205-GeV/c

Winkelmann, F.C. ; Bingham, H.H. ; Chew, D.M. ; et al.
Phys.Lett.B 56 (1975) 101-104, 1975.
Inspire Record 91206 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.27880

The inclusive ϱ ° production cross section has been measured in the reaction π − p → π + π − X at 205 GeV/ c . We find σ ( ϱ ° ) = 13.5 ± 3.4 mb, with most of the production occuring in the central region. Assuming σ ( ϱ + ) ≈ σ ( ϱ − ) ≈ σ ( ϱ ° ), it is concluded that approximately one-third of the pions at this energy come from ϱ -decay.

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$\pi^- p$ at 205 GeV/c: Multiplicities of Charged and Neutral Particles Production of Neutral Particles

Ljung, D. ; Bogert, D. ; Hanft, R. ; et al.
Phys.Rev.D 15 (1977) 3163, 1977.
Inspire Record 111665 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.24616

A study of 205-GeV/c π−p interactions has been made with a 48 800-picture exposure in the bare Fermilab 30-inch hydrogen bubble chamber. The average number of charged particles produced per inelastic interaction is 7.99±0.06. The elastic cross section is 3.18±0.13 mb and the total cross section is 24.19±0.44 mb. The inclusive cross sections for neutral-particle production are: σ(γ)=171.3±15.3 mb, σ(KS0)=3.64±0.61 mb (x<0.3), σ(Λ)=1.71±0.34 mb (x<0.3), and σ(Λ¯)=0.59±0.23 mb (x<0.1). The average number of π0's produced per inelastic collision is consistent with a linear rise with the number of charged particles, and about equal to the number of produced π− or π+. The average number of K0's, Λ's, and Λ¯'s is consistent with very little dependence on the number of charged particles. General characteristics of neutral-particle production are presented and compared with other experiments. For each topology the produced neutral energy is ∼13 of the incident energy.

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Charge Asymmetry in Inelastic $\pi^-p$ Interactions at 205-GeV/c for Particles with Transverse Momentum > 1.0-GeV/c

Fretter, W.B. ; Graves, W.R. ; Bingham, H.H. ; et al.
Phys.Lett.B 57 (1975) 197-200, 1975.
Inspire Record 98702 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.27857

In 205 GeV / c π − p inelastic interactions, negative particles with transverse momentum greater than 1.0 GeV / c moving forward in the center of mass outnumber similar positive particles by a factor of 3.7 to 1, greatly in excess of the corresponding ratio for small transverse momentum. The asymmetry is reversed in the backward direction. The forward asymmetry is most prominent in 2-, 4-, and 6-prong interactions, but both forward and backward asymmetries are also substantial for higher multiplicity interactions.

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