Charged hadron multiplicities in high energy {Mathematical expression} and {Mathematical expression}interactions

S. Barlag, P. van Dam, E. De Wolf, B. Jongejans, A. Tenner, C. Visser, R. Wigmans, P. Capiluppi, F. Fabbri, G. Giacomelli, G. Mandrioli, P. Mazzanti, A. M. Rossi, P. Serra-Lugaresi, M. Baldo-Ceolin, F. Bobisut, E. Calimani, S. Ciampolillo, H. Huzita, C. AngeliniL. Bertanza, A. Bigi, R. Casali, R. Fantechi, V. Flaminio, A. Nappi, R. Pazzi, C. Petri, G. Pierazzini, M. Bloch, T. Bolognese, J. Derkaoui, M. L. Faccini-Turluer, A. Fridman, C. Louedec, L. Mosca, J. Saudraix, D. Vignaud, D. Allasia, F. Bianchi, V. Bisi, D. Gamba, A. Marzari-Chiesa, L. Ramello, L. Riccati, A. Romero

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Abstract

Charged hadron multiplicity distributions in {Mathematical expression} and {Mathematical expression} interactions in the energy range {Mathematical expression} GeV are presented. They are obtained from about {Mathematical expression} charged current events produced in BEBC filled with deuterium. Multiplicity moments are studied as a function of the invariant mass of the hadronic system W. Results on multiplicity distributions in the forward and backward directions in the hadronic c.m.s. are presented and discussed within the framework of the quark parton model. Values for the average charge of the forward jet are also determined and compared with other experimental data.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)283-292
Number of pages10
JournalZeitschrift für Physik C Particles and Fields
Volume11
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 1982

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