Charged-particle multiplicity and angular distributions in proton-emulsion interactions at 800 GeV
The interaction of 800-GeV protons in nuclear emulsion has been investigated. The multiplicities and angular distributions of charged particles emitted by both the projectile and the target nucleus have been measured for 1718 inelastic events and are compared with the data obtained in proton-emulsion collisions at 67, 200, and 400 GeV. The target excitation is found to be independent of energy while the production of secondary particles continues to increase with incident proton energy. © 1987 The American Physical Society.
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Physical Review D
Abduzhamilov, A., Barbier, L., Chernova, L., Chernyavsky, M., Gadzhieva, S., Gulamov, K., Holynski, R., Jones, W., Litvinenko, N., Lukicheva, N., Mirkhodzhaeva, D., Navotny, V., Orlova, G., Petrov, N., Ravvina, E., Saidkhanov, N., Salmanova, N., Svechnikova, L., Tretyakova, M., Wefel, J., Wolter, W., Wosiek, B., & Wozniak, K. (1987). Charged-particle multiplicity and angular distributions in proton-emulsion interactions at 800 GeV. Physical Review D, 35 (11), 3537-3540. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.35.3537