Hadron distributions from [mu] D scattering at 147 GeV
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Hadron distributions from [mu] D scattering at 147 GeV by Richard H. Heisterberg

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Written in English


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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 49035
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationxiv, 355 l.
Number of Pages355
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Open LibraryOL1250291M
LC Control Number94895877

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→ The selected hadron H is at high pT(>1GeV/c): large momentum transfer, pT sets the scale Partonic contributions to the production of high pT hadrons at low Q2 (scattering. c.m= 18 GeV Direct Resolved Jäger et al. Eur. Phys. J. C44 ()   In high p t quark-quark scattering a simple picture emerges for the colour distribution in the final state: the scattered quark of one of the incident hadrons forms a colour singlet with the spectators of the other hadron, i.e., the four fast coloured objects form two singlets. We assume that the decay of each colour single pair - apart from a trivial boost - is similar to that observed in Cited by: 1. Abstract Measurements of electron, muon, and hadron lateral distributions of extensive air showers as recorded by the KASCADE experiment are by: 10 Parton Shower Evolution! Start with a parton (q/g) with virtuality µ2 – Probability of emission with daughter carrying z fraction of parent momentum – Order these using Sudakov factor, relating µ 2~Q – Deal with infrared & collinear divergences > Define minimum μ – μ 0 – Ensure colour coherence of multiple emissions > Typically do this by angular ordering.

First Look at Hard Scattering! We start with! two partons interact – Each has momentum fraction x 1, x 2 of hadron > Given by parton distribution function (PDFs) > Either valence (u,d) or gluons & sea quarks – Cross section given by € PHYS σ= C ij partonsi colourj ∑ dτ dx 1 . Hadron interactions and hadron structure plab = GeV/c, E plab = GeV/c, E plab = GeV/c, E plab = GeV/c, E | s Öt d s 2 y d Ö d / 0 = y V e G (2 m c 2) t Figure 2. A comparison of Drell{Yan cross-sections at four di® erent collision energies from two. Œ Equivalent to turning off the strong interaction. Œ The hadron becomes a collection of free quarks with equal longitudinal momenta. 1 2 2) (1) (− ∝ n Q Q F S.J. Brodsky, G.P. Lepage fiPerturbative QCDfl, A.H. Mueller, ed., Dimensional analysis of the hadron scattering amplitude in terms of the participating fields yields. We give analytic predictions for angular distributions of hadrons in semi-inclusive and inclusive leptoproduction deduced from first-order calculations in QCD. The predictions allow tests of QCD and give information about gluon fragmentation functions.

  About three decades after the first experiments on deep inelastic lepton hadron scattering began to investigate the structure of hadrons, the history of this fruitful field of particle physics continues in the broad spectrum of research performed at the electron and positron proton collider HERA at DESY, where the multipurpose detectors ZEUS and H1 access ep scattering at a center of mass. ANALYTICAL DESCRIPTION OF HADRON-HADRON SCATTERING VIA PRINCIPLE OF MINIMUM DISTANCE IN SPACE OF STATES D. B. ION1,2, M. L. D. ION3 1 IFIN-HH, Bucharest, P.O. Box MG-6, Mãgurele, Romania 2 TH-Division, CERN, CH Gen Switzerland 3 Faculty of Physics, Bucharest University, Bucharest, Romania Received J In this paper an analytical description of the hadron-hadron scattering is. The gross features of the data are reviewed and the momentum tensor components, 〈S〉, and 〈T〉 are studied. Evidence for coplanarity effects is observed. A probabilistic method to search for jets is proposed. The jets found by this method are seen to be similar to highp T jets frompp interactionse + e − annihilations andvp interactions. The effect of subtracting the leading particles. Hadron Physics with Electron Scattering J. P. Chen, Jefferson Lab, Virginia, USA Hadron Physics Workshop, Beijing, China, July , Introduction Electron Scattering Experiments: JLab 6 GeV Facility and Instrumentation JLab 12 GeV Upgrade and Beyond (EIC) Elastic Scattering: Form Factors Nucleon Properties in Nuclear Medium.