Selected Review of Single-Particle and Two-Particle Inclusive Reaction Experiments
In this talk I will confine my attention to the data of the inclusive reactions π-p→π- + anything (1), π+p→π- + anything (2) and π±p→π c - +π d - + anything (3), where reaction (1) has been studied by Notre Dame and Wisconsin [1,2], reaction (2) by Berkeley and Notre Dame , and reaction (3) by Notre Dame . The Notre Dame effort, on which this report is largely based, involved N. N. Biswas, N. M. Cason, R. J. Palla, J. T. Powers, W. D. Shephard and D. W. Thomas, in addition to the author. Additional data on these and on γp, KP, and pp inclusive reactions have been reported by several groups .
KeywordsRapidity Distribution Meson Exchange Select Review Inclusive Reaction Left Scale
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 3.M. Alston-Garnjost et al, to be published.Google Scholar
- 5.Summarized by R. L. Lander in Proceedings of the 1971 Meeting on Particles and Fields at Rochester (AIP, 1971 ) p. 71.Google Scholar
- 6.V. P. Kenney et al, to be published.Google Scholar
- 8.H. J. MUck et al, Bonn-Hamburg-Munich Collaboration, to be published.Google Scholar
- 9.Results of a semi-inclusive analysis of reaction (1) at 25 GeV/c (pions produced with strange particles are omitted), also shown in Fig. 3, suggest that these data do not display the same approach to limiting condition as the data of the inclusive reaction (1).Google Scholar
- 10.K. G. Wilson, Cornell University Report CLNS-131,, 1970 (unpublished).Google Scholar
- 11.E. L. Berger, Rapporteur’s Report in the Proceedings of the International Colloquium on Multiparticle Dynamics, Helsinki, 1971 (to be published).Google Scholar