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Rapid growth of charged particle multiplicity in high energy e+e- annihilations

Brandelik, R, Braunschweig, W, Gather, K, Kadansky, V, Lübelsmeyer, K, Mättig, P, Martyn, HU, Peise, G, Rimkus, J, Sander, HG , Schmitz, D, von Dratzig, AS, Trines, D, Wallraff, W, Boerner, H, Fischer, HM, Hartmann, H, Hilger, E, Hillen, W, Knop, G, Leu, P, Löhr, B, Wedemeyer, R, Wermes, N, Wollstadt, M, Cassel, DG, Heyland, D, Hultschig, H, Joos, P, Koch, W, Koehler, P, Kötz, U, Kowalski, H, Ladage, A, Lüke, D, Lynch, HL, Mikenberg, G, Notz, D, Pyrlik, J, Riethmüller, R, Schliwa, M, Söding, P, Wiik, BH, Wolf, G, Fohrmann, R, Holder, M, Poelz, G, Ringel, J, Römer, O, Rüsch, R, Schmüser, P, Binnie, DM, Dornan, PJ, Downie, NA, Garbutt, DA, Jones, WG, Lloyd, SL, Pandoulas, D, Pevsner, A, Sedgbeer, J, Yarker, S, Youngman, C, Barlow, RJ, Cashmore, RJ, Illingworth, J, Ogg, M, Roe, B, Salmon, GL, Bell, KW, Chinowsky, W, Foster, B, Hart, JC, Proudfoot, J, Quarrie, DR, Saxon, DH, Woodworth, PL, Eisenberg, Y, Karshon, U, Revel, D, Ronat, E, Shapira, A, Freeman, J, Lecomte, P, Meyer, T, Sau, LW and Zobernig, G (1980) Rapid growth of charged particle multiplicity in high energy e+e- annihilations Physics Letters B, 89 (3-4). pp. 418-422.

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Hadron production by e+e- annihilation has been studied for c.m. energies W between 13 and 31.6 GeV. As a function of 1n W the charged particle multiplicity grows faster at high energy than at lower energies. This is correlated with a rise in the plateau of the rapidity distribution. The cross section sdσ/dx is found to scale within ±30% for x > 0.2 and 5 ≤ W ≤ 31.6 GeV. © 1980.

Item Type: Article
Divisions : Surrey research (other units)
Authors :
Brandelik, R
Braunschweig, W
Gather, K
Kadansky, V
Lübelsmeyer, K
Mättig, P
Martyn, HU
Peise, G
Rimkus, J
Sander, HG
Schmitz, D
von Dratzig, AS
Trines, D
Wallraff, W
Boerner, H
Fischer, HM
Hartmann, H
Hilger, E
Hillen, W
Knop, G
Leu, P
Löhr, B
Wedemeyer, R
Wermes, N
Wollstadt, M
Cassel, DG
Heyland, D
Hultschig, H
Joos, P
Koch, W
Koehler, P
Kötz, U
Kowalski, H
Ladage, A
Lüke, D
Lynch, HL
Mikenberg, G
Notz, D
Pyrlik, J
Riethmüller, R
Schliwa, M
Söding, P
Wiik, BH
Wolf, G
Fohrmann, R
Holder, M
Poelz, G
Ringel, J
Römer, O
Rüsch, R
Schmüser, P
Binnie, DM
Dornan, PJ
Downie, NA
Garbutt, DA
Jones, WG
Lloyd, SL
Pandoulas, D
Pevsner, A
Sedgbeer, J
Yarker, S
Youngman, C
Barlow, RJ
Cashmore, RJ
Ogg, M
Roe, B
Salmon, GL
Bell, KW
Chinowsky, W
Foster, B
Hart, JC
Proudfoot, J
Quarrie, DR
Saxon, DH
Woodworth, PL
Eisenberg, Y
Karshon, U
Revel, D
Ronat, E
Shapira, A
Freeman, J
Lecomte, P
Meyer, T
Sau, LW
Zobernig, G
Date : 28 January 1980
DOI : 10.1016/0370-2693(80)90156-2
Depositing User : Symplectic Elements
Date Deposited : 17 May 2017 11:40
Last Modified : 24 Jan 2020 21:06

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