Goldberger, Marvin L. and Jones, C. Edward (1966) Consistency Questions Raised by Simultaneous Mandelstam and Angular-Momentum analyticity. Physical Review Letters, 17 (2). pp. 105-107. ISSN 0031-9007 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20120815-143914963
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As the result of a study to determine a Reggepole formula with Mandelstam analyticity for the elastic scattering of two unequal-mass particles, we were led to raise the following question: What are the constraints, if any, that follow from assuming that scattering amplitudes satisfy both the Mandelstam representation and the condition of meromorphism in the right-half angular momentum plane? To put it another way, are Mandelstam and l-plane analyticity necessarily consistent in every case? We find that if there is to be consistency, one can conclude directly that the high-energy limit of the Regge-pole position, α(∞), is necessarily negative.
|Additional Information:||© 1966 American Physical Society. Received 26 May 1966; published in the issue dated 11 July 1966. Work supported by the U. S. Air Force Office of Research, Air Research and Development Command under Contract No. AF49(638)-1545.|
|Official Citation:||Consistency Questions Raised by Simultaneous Mandelstam and Angular-Momentum analyticity Marvin L. Goldberger and C. Edward Jones pp. 105-107|
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