The pion radiative scattering (x-p + x-py) has been studied at 43 GeV in the interval 0.2 lt, l 0.4 (GeV/c)2 of the momentum transfer squared to the proton and in the range of photon energy 2 < w < 40 GeV. Calculations based on Low theorem agree well with measured w, t, and m, (final xy-invariant mass) differential cross-sections. The results obtained extend the validity of Low approach to the radiative scattering at high energies.

Experimental Study of the Radiative Scattering PI-P-]PI-P-gamma at 43 GEV / Y.M. Antipov, V.A. Batarin, V.A. Bessubov, N.P. Budanov, D.S. Denisov, O.V. Eroshin, Y.P. Gorin, V.G. Kartasheva, I.V. Kotov, Y.M. Melnik, A.I. Petrukhin, D.A. Stoyanova, M.S. Bilenky, Y.A. Gornushkin, P.A. Kulinich, R. Leitner, G.V. Micelmacher, A.A. Nozdrin, A.G. Olshevski, J. Sedlak, A.V. Vishnevsky, R.V. Pirtzkhalava, V.N. Roinishvili, P.L. Frabetti, F. Palombo. - In: EUROPHYSICS LETTERS. - ISSN 0295-5075. - 11:8(1990), pp. 725-731.

Experimental Study of the Radiative Scattering PI-P-]PI-P-gamma at 43 GEV

F. Palombo
1990

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The pion radiative scattering (x-p + x-py) has been studied at 43 GeV in the interval 0.2 lt, l 0.4 (GeV/c)2 of the momentum transfer squared to the proton and in the range of photon energy 2 < w < 40 GeV. Calculations based on Low theorem agree well with measured w, t, and m, (final xy-invariant mass) differential cross-sections. The results obtained extend the validity of Low approach to the radiative scattering at high energies.
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