Measurement of neutrino and antineutrino structure functions in hydrogen and iron

H. Abramowicz, G. Hansl-Kozanecki, J. May, P. Palazzi, A. Para, F. Ranjard, A. Savoy-Navarro, D. Schlatter, J. Steinberger, H. Taureg, W. von Rüden, H. Wahl, S. Whitaker, J. Wotschack, H. Blümer, P. Buchholz, J. Duda, F. Eisele, K. Kleinknecht, J. KnoblochH. Lierl, B. Pszola, B. Renk, F. Dydak, J. G.H. de Groot, T. Flottmann, C. Geweniger, V. Hepp, J. Królikowski, K. Tittel, P. Debu, C. Guyot, J. P. Merlo, P. Perez, B. Peyaud, J. Rander, J. P. Schuller, R. Turlay

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Abstract

The CDHS neutrino detector has been used to measure events originating in a tank of liquid hydrogen and in the iron of the detector. Total cross-sections, differential cross-sections, and structure functions are given for hydrogen and compared with those in iron. The measurements are in agreement with the expectations of the quark parton model. No significant differences indicative of nuclear binding effects in corresponding structure functions of protons and iron are observed. This may be of special interest in the case of the sea structure functions, since large differences are expected in some models.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)29-43
Number of pages15
JournalEuropean Physical Journal C
Volume25
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - Mar 1984
Externally publishedYes

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