A study of four- and six-body reactions in π+ and K+p interactions at 250 GeV/c

I. V. Ajinenko*, Yu A. Belokopytov, H. Bialkowska, H. Boettcher, F. Botterweck, P. V. Chliapnikov, F. Crijns, A. De Roeck, E. A. De Wolf, K. Dziunikowska, A. Eskreys, W. Friebel, Z. C. Garutchava, G. V. Gevorkyan, H. Graessler, P. van Hal, T. Haupt, Z. A. Kirakosyan, W. Kittel, J. MäkeläF. Meijers, A. B. Michalowska, V. I. Nikolaenko, L. C S Oliveira, K. Olkiewicz, L. P. Petrovikh, V. M. Ronjin, A. M. Rybin, H. M T Saarikko, W. Schmitz, L. Scholten, N. N. Sotnikova, O. G. Tchikilev, L. A. Tikhonova, A. G. Tomaradze, V. A. Uvarov, F. Verbeure, R. Wischnewski, Y. V. Yarba, EHS-NA22 Collaboration

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Abstract

Data on the reactions (K++) p→(K++) pπ+π- and (K++) p→(K++) p2π+-, obtained with the European Hybrid Spectrometer, are presented and compared with data at lower energies. The contribution of beam and target diffractive dissociation and double Pomeron exchange, and porperties of these reactions are discussed.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)15-23
Number of pages9
JournalZeitschrift für Physik C Particles and Fields
Volume43
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - Mar 1989

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Physics and Astronomy (miscellaneous)

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