Topological and leading particle cross sections for 147 GeV/c π- -p interactions

D. G. Fong, M. Heller, A. M. Shapiro, M. Widgoff, D. Bogert, M. Johnson, C. Y. Chien, P. Lucas, A. Pevsner, R. A. Zdanis, R. A. Burnstein, C. Fu, D. V. Petersen, R. M. Robertson, H. A. Rubin, R. D. Sard, A. E. Snyder, J. Tortora, E. D. Alyea, F. BruantJ. Grunhaus, E. Hafen, R. I. Hulsizer, U. Karshon, V. Kistiakowsky, A. Levy, A. Napier, I. A. Pless, P. Trepagnier, J. Wolfson, R. K. Yamamoto, H. O. Cohn, T. C. Ou, R. J. Plano, T. L. Watts, E. B. Brucker, E. L. Koller, P. Stamer, S. Taylor, W. M. Bugg, G. T. Condo, E. L. Hart, W. Barletta, D. Dauwe, M. Kenton, H. Kraybill, D. Ljung, T. Ludlam, H. Taft

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Abstract

Results are reported based on a study of π-p interactions at 147 GeV/c in the FERMILAB 30-inch Proportional Wire Hybrid Bubble Chamber System. We have measured the topological cross sections and separated two-prong elastic and inelastic channels. In addition, we have extracted leading particle cross sections using the increased momentum resolution of the downstream proportional wire chambers. We have compared our results with experiments and predictions of a simple fragmentation hyphothesis.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)290-296
Number of pages7
JournalPhysics Letters B
Volume53
Issue number3
DOIs
StatePublished - 9 Dec 1974

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