Zachariasen, F. and Zweig, G. (1967) High-energy interactions and a multi-Regge-pole hypothesis. Physical Review, 160 (5). pp. 1326-1329. ISSN 0031-899X http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:ZACpr67a
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It is assumed that in certain well-defined kinematic regions, production amplitudes may be described as due to the exchange of a number of Regge poles, and formulas are given expressing the amplitude in terms of the permitted trajectories. Experimental tests and consequences of the hypothesis are discussed. Tests should be possible at present accelerator energies. The hypothesis leads to strong damping of production cross sections in the invariant momentum transfers, and therefore could serve as the basis for the assumptions of a previous paper.
|Additional Information:||© 1967 by The American Physical Society. Received 10 March 1967. One of the authors (G.Z.) would like to thank G. Jones, B. Sherwood, and A. Tollestrup for many interesting discussions.|
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