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Regge poles and inelastic scattering at high energies

Contogouris, A. P. and Frautschi, S. C. and Wong, How-sen (1963) Regge poles and inelastic scattering at high energies. Physical Review, 129 (2). pp. 974-981. ISSN 0031-899X. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:CONpr63

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Abstract

The Regge pole hypothesis is applied to some inelastic processes at high energies. Particular attention is given to production of pion-nucleon resonances N* in the reaction N+N→N+N*. Data on production of the I=1/2 resonances are interpreted in terms of exchange of the "Pomeranchuk" Regge pole which is believed to be responsible for the diffraction peaks in elastic reactions, and production of the 3-3 resonance is interpreted in terms of exchange of the pion Regge pole. The prediction is obtained that production and decay of the I=1/2 resonances provides secondary pions and neutrons with energies that rise proportionally to the incident proton energy—a result of interest in connection with the secondary beams in future accelerators.


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Additional Information:©1963 The American Physical Society. Received 1 August 1962; revised 26 September 1962. The authors are much indebted to Dr. G. Cocconi for discussion of the experimental aspects of this work, and to Dr. T. Fujii and Dr. F. Turkot for communication of experimental results from Brookhaven in advance of publication. One of us (S. F.) wishes to acknowledge many helpful discussions with members of the High Energy Physics Study Group at the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, University of California at Berkeley, in the summer of 1961. Supported in part by the joint program of the Office of Naval Research and the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.
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