Nucleon elastic scattering in quark-diquark representation with springy Pomeron

  • V. M. Grichine
Regular Article


A model for elastic scattering of nucleons (and anti-nucleons) based on the quark-diquark representation of the nucleon with springy Pomeron, providing increased real part of the scattering amplitude, is developed. The model predictions are compared with experimental data for the differential elastic cross-sections of nucleons in the energy range from few GeV up to 7TeV using available databases.


Elastic Scattering Laboratory System Proton Momentum Neutron Momentum Coulomb Amplitude 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Lebedev Physical InstituteMoscowRussia

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