Invariant cross section at √s = 28 GeV for coplanar high PT clusters selected by a hardware trigger

K. S. Nelson, M. Arenton, H. Chen, M. Corcoran, L. Cormell, R. Ditzler, M. Dris, A. R. Erwin, T. Fields, J. Fleischman, M. Harrison, M. A. Hasan, Kenneth A Johns, A. Kanofsky, W. Kononenko, C. Kuehn, H. Miettinen, C. Naudet, J. Rice, J. Roberts & 5 others B. Robinson, W. Selove, G. Theodosiou, M. Thompson, B. Yost

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In a 400 GeV/c fixed target experiment using a set of geometrical calorimeter triggers we have determined a cross section for pp collisions producing two high PT coplanar clusters. This cross section was determined without using jet-finding algorithms or appealing to QCD Monte Carlo calculations. Corrections to the data were made by studying hardware triggers designed for that purpose or using experimental data from e+e- colliders. The magnitude of the experimental cross section and the PT slope both agree reasonably well with theoretical QCD predictions for parton-parton scattering that combine non-scaling behavior with fits to recent data from ep, μp, and vp experiments.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1022-1036
Number of pages15
JournalNuclear Physics B
Volume294
Issue numberC
DOIs
StatePublished - 1987
Externally publishedYes

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Nelson, K. S., Arenton, M., Chen, H., Corcoran, M., Cormell, L., Ditzler, R., ... Yost, B. (1987). Invariant cross section at √s = 28 GeV for coplanar high PT clusters selected by a hardware trigger. Nuclear Physics B, 294(C), 1022-1036. https://doi.org/10.1016/0550-3213(87)90620-1

Invariant cross section at √s = 28 GeV for coplanar high PT clusters selected by a hardware trigger. / Nelson, K. S.; Arenton, M.; Chen, H.; Corcoran, M.; Cormell, L.; Ditzler, R.; Dris, M.; Erwin, A. R.; Fields, T.; Fleischman, J.; Harrison, M.; Hasan, M. A.; Johns, Kenneth A; Kanofsky, A.; Kononenko, W.; Kuehn, C.; Miettinen, H.; Naudet, C.; Rice, J.; Roberts, J.; Robinson, B.; Selove, W.; Theodosiou, G.; Thompson, M.; Yost, B.

In: Nuclear Physics B, Vol. 294, No. C, 1987, p. 1022-1036.

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Nelson, KS, Arenton, M, Chen, H, Corcoran, M, Cormell, L, Ditzler, R, Dris, M, Erwin, AR, Fields, T, Fleischman, J, Harrison, M, Hasan, MA, Johns, KA, Kanofsky, A, Kononenko, W, Kuehn, C, Miettinen, H, Naudet, C, Rice, J, Roberts, J, Robinson, B, Selove, W, Theodosiou, G, Thompson, M & Yost, B 1987, 'Invariant cross section at √s = 28 GeV for coplanar high PT clusters selected by a hardware trigger', Nuclear Physics B, vol. 294, no. C, pp. 1022-1036. https://doi.org/10.1016/0550-3213(87)90620-1
Nelson, K. S. ; Arenton, M. ; Chen, H. ; Corcoran, M. ; Cormell, L. ; Ditzler, R. ; Dris, M. ; Erwin, A. R. ; Fields, T. ; Fleischman, J. ; Harrison, M. ; Hasan, M. A. ; Johns, Kenneth A ; Kanofsky, A. ; Kononenko, W. ; Kuehn, C. ; Miettinen, H. ; Naudet, C. ; Rice, J. ; Roberts, J. ; Robinson, B. ; Selove, W. ; Theodosiou, G. ; Thompson, M. ; Yost, B. / Invariant cross section at √s = 28 GeV for coplanar high PT clusters selected by a hardware trigger. In: Nuclear Physics B. 1987 ; Vol. 294, No. C. pp. 1022-1036.
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