Study of the two-charged-particle final states of 3.9-gev/c pi+- p interactions including a longitudinal-momentum analysis of the one-pion- production channels

Bastien, P.L. ; Carmel, Z. ; Dao, F.T. ; et al.
Phys.Rev.D 3 (1971) 2047-2064, 1971.
Inspire Record 68000 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.23677

We have analyzed the two-prong final states in π+p interactions at 3.9 GeVc. Our result for elastic scattering is σ (elastic) = 6.50±0.1 mb (statistical error only). We find the elastic slope to be 6.61±0.14 (GeVc)−2. We find the elastic forward cross section to be 40.0±1.4 mb(GeVc)2. We have applied a longitudinal-momentum analysis to the one-pion-production channel. We find the cross section for the reaction π++p→π++π0+p to be 2.30±0.06 mb and that for π++p→π++π++n to be 1.45±0.05 mb. For resonance-production cross sections in these channels we find Δ(1236)=0.60±0.07 mb, ρ(760)=0.86±0.06 mb, and diffraction dissociation = 1.69±0.11 mb. We find that we can satisfactorily fit all distributions in the one-pion-production channel without assuming any phase-space production. In the missing-mass channel we observe dominant Δ++(1236) production plus evidence for A2+ production.

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ELASTIC SCATTERING AND PARTICLE PRODUCTION IN TWO PRONG PI- P INTERACTIONS AT 8-GEV/C

Kitagaki, T. ; Tanaka, S. ; Yuta, H. ; et al.
Phys.Rev.D 26 (1982) 1572-1587, 1982.
Inspire Record 182974 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.23945

Results of a high-statistics study of elastic scattering and meson resonances produced by π−p interactions at 8 GeV/c are presented. Large statistics and small systematic errors permit examination of the complete kinematic region. Total differential cross sections are given for ρ0,−, f0, g0,−, Δ±, Δ0, and N* resonances. Spin-density matrix elements and Legendre-polynomial moments are given for ρ, f, and Δ resonances. The results for ρ0 and f0 resonances are compared with the predictions of a Regge-pole-exchange model. Properties of the above resonances are compared and discussed. In particular, we present evidence that the ρ0 and f0 production mechanisms are similar. The similarity of the g0 t distribution to that of the ρ0 and f0 suggests a common production mechanism for all three resonances.

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Partial Wave Analysis of Coherent 3 $\pi$ Production on Nuclei at 200-{GeV}

Zielinski, M. ; Berg, D. ; Chandlee, C. ; et al.
Phys.Rev.D 30 (1984) 1855, 1984.
Inspire Record 15136 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.23674

We have carried out a partial-wave analysis (PWA) of three-pion systems produced in the coherent dissociation of π+ mesons on nuclear targets. The data have been analyzed for copper and lead targets at an incident π+ energy of 202.5 GeV. This PWA provides further evidence for resonant contributions to JP=1+ and 0− waves at 3π masses below 1.5 GeV, which can be plausibly identified with A1 and π′ mesons. The contribution from electromagnetic production of the A2 has also been extracted, and an estimate for Coulomb production and radiative width of the A1 has been obtained.

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THREE PION PRODUCTION ON NUCLEI AT 200-GEV

Zielinski, M. ; Berg, D. ; Chandlee, C. ; et al.
Z.Phys.C 16 (1983) 197-204, 1983.
Inspire Record 190869 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.16390

We have carried out a systematic study of the coherent dissociation of pions into 3 pions using nuclear targets. The experiment was performed at Fermilab using a high resolution forward spectrometer. Data were taken with carbon, copper and lead targets at an incident momentum of 202.5 GeV/c. Results are presented on momentum transfers, 3-pion masses, and on the nuclearA-dependence of the production cross section.

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The (3 $\pi$) - Nucleon Collision in Coherent Production on Nuclei at 40-{GeV}/$c$

Bellini, G. ; Chernenko, L.P. ; Datsko, V.S. ; et al.
Nucl.Phys.B 199 (1982) 1-26, 1982.
Inspire Record 165248 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.49659

Coherent 3 π production on nine different nuclear targets has been studied using a 40 GeV/ c π − beam at the Serpukhov accelerator (CERN-Serpukhov experiment no. 5). The absorption in nuclear matter of the produced system has been measured, analysing the data on the different nuclear targets. Identica results are obtained from the differential cross sections and from the coherent nuclear cross sections. The 1 + waves show a very weak absorption, definitely smaller than 0 − and 2 − waves. No influence on the absorption comes from the spin-flip amplitudes, which have been found to be negligible in the coherent region.

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A Study of $K^+ p$ Elastic Scattering and the Reaction $K^+ p \to K^+ p \pi^+ \pi^-$ at 70-{GeV}/$c$

The Brussels-Genoa-Mons-Nijmegen-Serpukhov-CERN collaboration Barth, M. ; Wolf, A.E. De ; Johnson, D.P. ; et al.
Z.Phys.C 16 (1982) 111, 1982.
Inspire Record 181354 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.41205

Results are presented onK+p elastic scattering and on the reactionK+p→K+pπ+π− at 70 GeV/c. For the

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Diffraction dissociation in photoproduction at HERA

The H1 collaboration Adloff, C. ; Aid, S. ; Anderson, M. ; et al.
Z.Phys.C 74 (1997) 221-236, 1997.
Inspire Record 440126 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.44667

A study is presented of the process gamma p -->XY, where there is a large rapidity gap between the systems X and Y. Measurements are made of the differential cross section as a function of the invariant mass mx of the system produced at the photon vertex. Results are presented at centre of mass energies of W_gp = 187 GeV and W_gp = 231 GeV, both where the proton dominantly remains intact and, for the first time, where it dissociates. Both the centre of mass energy and the mx~2 dependence of HERA data and those from a fixed target experiment may simultaneously be described in a triple-Regge model. The low mass photon dissociation process is found to be dominated by diffraction, though a sizable subleading contribution is present at larger masses. The pomeron intercept is extracted and found to be alpha_pom(0) = 1.068 \pm 0.016 (stat.) \pm 0.022 (syst.) \pm 0.041 (model), in good agreement with values obtained from total and elastic hadronic and photoproduction cross sections. The diffractive contribution to the process gamma p --> Xp with mx~2 / W_gp~2 < 0.05 is measured to be 22.2 \pm 0.6 (stat.) \pm 2.6 (syst.) \pm 1.7 (model) % of the total gamma p cross section at W_gp = 187 GeV.

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Diffraction Dissociation of Photons on Hydrogen

Chapin, T.J. ; Cool, R.L. ; Goulianos, Konstantin A. ; et al.
Phys.Rev.D 31 (1985) 17-30, 1985.
Inspire Record 216071 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.4332

We report results from a measurement of the inclusive diffraction dissociation of photons on hydrogen, γp→Xp, in the range 75<pγ<148 GeV/c, 0.02<‖t‖<0.1 (GeV/c)2, and MX2/s<0.1. Our data show an exponential t dependence and a dominant 1/MX2 behavior for MX2>4 GeV2. We test the finite-mass sum rule and, by comparing γp with π−p data obtained in the same apparatus, we test factorization.

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EXTRACTED ELASTIC CROSS SECTIONS.

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Partial Wave Analysis of the Q Region in the Reactions K- p --> K- pi+ pi- p and K- p --> anti-K0 pi- pi0 p at 14.3-GeV/c

Tovey, S.N. ; Hansen, J.D. ; Paler, K. ; et al.
Nucl.Phys.B 95 (1975) 109-129, 1975.
Inspire Record 2363 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.31975

We have studied the reactions K − p → K − π + π − p and K − p → K 0 π − π 0 p at 14.3 GeV/ c using respectively 15 992 and 3723 events. Partial-wave analysis of the region 1.0 < m (K ππ ) < 1.7 GeV have been made using a modified version of the method developed at the University of Illinois.

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Measurement of the diffractive structure function F2(D(4) ) at HERA

The ZEUS collaboration Breitweg, J. ; Derrick, M. ; Krakauer, D. ; et al.
Eur.Phys.J.C 1 (1998) 81-96, 1998.
Inspire Record 448663 DOI 10.17182/hepdata.44431

This paper presents the first analysis of diffractive photon dissociation events in deep inelastic positron-proton scattering at HERA in which the proton in the final state is detected and its momentum measured. The events are selected by requiring a scattered proton in the ZEUS leading proton spectrometer (LPS) with $\xl>0.97$, where $\xl$ is the fraction of the incoming proton beam momentum carried by the scattered proton. The use of the LPS significantly reduces the contamination from events with diffractive dissociation of the proton into low mass states and allows a direct measurement of $t$, the square of the four-momentum exchanged at the proton vertex. The dependence of the cross section on $t$ is measured in the interval $0.073<|t|<0.4$~$\gevtwo$ and is found to be described by an exponential shape with the slope parameter $b=\tslopeerr$. The diffractive structure function $\ftwodfour$ is presented as a function of $\xpom \simeq 1-\xl$ and $\beta$, the momentum fraction of the struck quark with respect to $\xpom$, and averaged over the $t$ interval $0.073<|t|<\ftwodfourtmax$~$\gevtwo$ and the photon virtuality range $5<Q^2<20~\gevtwo$. In the kinematic range $4 \times 10^{-4} < \xpom < 0.03$ and $0.015<\beta<0.5$, the $\xpom$ dependence of $\ftwodfour$ is fitted with a form $\xpoma$, yielding $a= \ftwodfouraerr$. Upon integration over $t$, the structure function $\ftwod$ is determined in a kinematic range extending to higher $\xpom$ and lower $\beta$ compared to our previous analysis; the results are discussed within the framework of Regge theory.

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The measured distribution of T, the squared momentum transfer to the virtual pluton.

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