Pt and et multiplicity correlations in p-p, p-α, and α-α Interactions at s=31.5 and 44 GeV

H. Gordon*, T. Killian, T. Ludlam, I. Stumer, M. Winik, C. Woody, O. Botner, V. Burkert, C. W. Fabjan, P. Frandsen, B. Heck, H. J. Hilke, T. Jensen, G. Kesseler, J. V.D. Lans, B. S. Nielsen, L. H. Olsen, L. Rosselet, E. Rosso, A. RudgeR. H. Schindler, W. J. Willis, W. Witzeling, H. Bøggild, E. Dahl-Jensen, I. Dahl-Jensen, G. Damgaard, K. H. Hansen, J. E. Hooper, R. Møller, B. Schistad, T. Akesson, S. Almehed, G. Jarlskog, B. Lorstad, U. Mjornmark, A. Nilsson, H. Brody, S. Frankel, W. Frati, W. Molzon, E. Vella, M. Wood, W. A. Zajc, M. G. Albrow, D. Cockerill, W. M. Evans, P. Jeffreys, N. A. McCubbin, O. Benary, S. Dagan, D. Lissauer, Y. Oren

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