Total neutrino and antineutrino charged current cross section measurements in 100, 160, and 200 GeV narrow band beams

P. Berge, A. Blondel, P. Böckmann, H. Burkhardt, F. Dydak, J. G.H. De Groot, A. L. Grant, R. Hagelberg, E. W. Hughes, M. Krasny, H. J. Meyer, P. Palazzi, F. Ranjard, J. Rothberg, J. Steinberger, H. Taureg, H. Wachsmuth, H. Wahl, R. W. Williams, J. WotschackB. Wysłouch, H. Blümer, H. D. Brummel, P. Buchholz, J. Duda, F. Eisele, B. Kampschulte, K. Kleinknecht, J. Knobloch, E. Müller, B. Pszola, B. Renk, R. Belusević, B. Falkenburg, M. Fiedler, R. Geiges, C. Geweniger, V. Hepp, H. Keilwerth, N. Kurz, K. Tittel, P. Debu, C. Guyot, J. P. Merlo, A. Para, P. Perez, F. Perrier, J. Rander, J. P. Schuller, R. Turlay, B. Vallage, H. Abramowicz, J. Królikowski, A. Lipniacka

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Abstract

Neutrino and antineutrino total charged current cross sections on iron were measured in the 100, 160, and 200 GeV narrow band beams at the CERN SPS in the energy range 10 to 200 GeV. Assuming σ/E to be constant, the values corrected for non-isoscalarity are σv/E = (0.686 ± 0.019) * 10-38 cm2/ (GeV · nucleon) and σv/E = (0.339 ± 0.010) * 10-38 cm2/ (GeV·nucleon). Between 50 and 150 GeV no energy dependence of σ/E was observed within ±3% for neutrino and ±4% for antineutrino interactions.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)443-452
Number of pages10
JournalEuropean Physical Journal C
Volume35
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 1987
Externally publishedYes

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