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Highlights of the reaction π^-p→π^-π^+n at 100 and 175 GeV/c

Bromberg, C. and Dickey, J. O. and Fox, G. C. and Gomez, R. and Kropac, W. and Pine, J. and Stampke, S. R. and Haggerty, H. and Malamud, E. and Abrams, R. and Delzenero, R. and Goldberg, H. and Lopez, F. and Margulies, S. and McLeod, D. and Solomon, J. and Dzierba, A. and Fredericksen, F. and Heinz, R. and Krider, J. and Martin, H. and Petersen, D. (1984) Highlights of the reaction π^-p→π^-π^+n at 100 and 175 GeV/c. Physical Review D, 29 (3). pp. 588-591. ISSN 2470-0010. doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.29.588.

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We present a summary of the physics results from an experimental study of the reaction π^-p→π^-π^+n at 100 and 175 GeV/c incident-beam momentum. Our data show the continuing dominance of one-pion exchange in these reactions with the characteristic 1/P_(lab)^2 momentum dependence. We extract the pion Regge trajectory from our data on π^-p→ρ^0n and study the zero structure of the π π differential cross section up to s_(ππ)=12 GeV^2.

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Additional Information:© 1984 The American Physical Society. Received 17 October 1983; published in the issue dated 1 February 1984. We would like to thank Fermilab for help in the running and analysis of this experiment. This research was supported in part by the U.S. Department of Energy and the National Science Foundation.
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Official Citation:Highlights of the reaction π-p→π-π+n at 100 and 175 GeV/c C. Bromberg, J. O. Dickey, G. C. Fox, R. Gomez, W. Kropac, J. Pine, S. R. Stampke, H. Haggerty, E. Malamud, R. Abrams, R. Delzenero, H. Goldberg, F. Lopez, S. Margulies, D. McLeod, J. Solomon, A. Dzierba, F. Fredericksen, R. Heinz, J. Krider, H. Martin, and D. Petersen pp. 588-591
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