FORWARD AMPLITUDE DEDUCED FROM D(SIG)/DOMEGA IN COULOMB-NUCLEAR INTERFERENCE REGION.
Axis error includes +- 7/7 contribution.
The ITEP-PNPI collaboration presents the first results of the spin rotation parameter A + measurements in the second resonance region. The experiment was performed at the ITEP accelerator at a positive pion beam momentum 1.43 GeV/c for scattering angles θ cm = 127° and 133°. The setup was based on a polarized proton target and a carbon-plate polarimeter. The obtained data is compared with the predictions of the existing partial-wave analyses.
The ITEP-PNPI collaboration presents the results of the measurements of the spin rotation parameter A in the elastic scattering of positive and negative pions on protons at P_beam = 1.62 GeV/c. The setup included a longitudinally-polarized proton target with superconductive magnet, multiwire spark chambers and a carbon polarimeter with thick filter. Results are compared to the predictions of partial wave analyses. The experiment was performed at the ITEP proton synchrotron, Moscow.
Results of systematic measurements of the asymmetry parameter in the elastic scattering of pions on polarized protons at 1.4–2.1 GeV/ c in the backward hemisphere are presented together with a test of the isospin invariance of the data set available on pion-proton scattering in the investigated momentum range. The transversity isodoublet amplitudes at 1.98 and 2.07 GeV/ c are reconstructed. The obtained data, the isospin analysis and amplitude reconstruction results are compared with the current phase-shift analysis predictions.
Results are presented on π + p and K + p elastic scattering at 250 GeV/ c , the highest momentum so far reached for positive meson beams. The experiment (NA22) was performed with the european hybrid spectrometer. The π + p elastic cross section stays constant with energy while the K + p cross section increases.
ERRORS IN ELASTIC CROSS SECTIONS INCLUDE SYSTEMATIC ERRORS.
NAME=THEORY DENOTES THE MONTE-CARLO GENERATED CROSS SECTIONS.
Cross sections for pi+-p elastic scattering have been measured to high precision, for beam momenta between 800 and 1240 MeV/c, by the EPECUR Collaboration, using the ITEP proton synchrotron. The data precision allows comparisons of the existing partial-wave analyses (PWA) on a level not possible previously. These comparisons imply that updated PWA are required.
Differential cross section of elastic $\pi^+$p-scattering at P= 800.25 MeV/c. Errors shown are statistical only.
Differential cross section of elastic $\pi^+$p-scattering at P= 803.75 MeV/c. Errors shown are statistical only.
Differential cross section of elastic $\pi^+$p-scattering at P= 807.25 MeV/c. Errors shown are statistical only.
BREIT-WIGNER RESONANCE FITS WITH BACKGROUND.
Elastic scattering of 32.1 GeV/ c K + on protons has been measured in a bubble chamber experiment. Results are presented in the momentum transfer interval 0.06–1.40 GeV 2 and compared with data at different energies. An effective Regge trajectory is calculated using K + p elastic data from 10 to 175 GeV/ c .
Cross sections and charged multiplicity distributions forK+p interactions at 70 GeV/c are presented and compared withK+p data at other energies. Comparisons are also made with available π+p,pp, andK−p data.
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CROSS-OVER IS AT -T = 0.17 +- 0.02 GEV**2. DIVIDE BY 20 TO GET D(SIG)/DT IN MB/GEV**2. CORRECTED FOR LOST EVENTS FOR -T < 0.12 GEV**2.
FROM QUADRATIC EXPONENTIAL FIT TO D(SIG)/DT. BOTH STATISTICAL AND SYSTEMATIC ERRORS INCLUDED IN VALUES.
Results are presented onK+p elastic scattering and on the reactionK+p→K+pπ+π− at 70 GeV/c. For the
INTEGRATION OVER RANGE OF ABS(T) FROM 0 TO 1 GEV.
ELASTIC DIFFERENTIAL CROSS SECTION AT T=0 DERIVED FROM THE OPTICAL THEOREM.
The angular and energy distributions of pions produced by 650-MeV protons and pion-nucleon correlations were studied using a liquid hydrogen bubble chamber. The present investigation indicates that the experimental angular distributions of neutral and charged pions are consis- tent with the assumption of isotopic spin conservation. The contributions of rrN subsystem states with isospin T 11'N = 7' 2 and % are measured; the contribution of the latter is 72 ± 3%.
THESE DATA ARE TABULATED IN THE RECORD OF THE PUBLISHED VERSION.
FROM QUADRATIC EXPONENTIAL FITS TO D(SIG)/DT FOR -T = 0 TO 1.4 GEV**2. SYSTEMATIC ERRORS INCLUDED.