Fragmentation into strange particles in high energy vp, vn, vp and vn interactions

D. Allasia, C. Angelini, A. Baldini, L. Bertanza, M. Bloch, F. Bobisut, T. Bolognese, A. Borg, E. Calimani, P. Capiluppi, R. Casali, S. Ciampolillo, R. Cirio, J. Derkaoui, M. L. Faccini-Turluer, R. Fantechi, V. Flaminio, A. G. Frodesen, D. Gamba, G. GiacomelliH. Huzita, B. Jongejans, I. Lippi, M. Loreti, C. Louedec, G. Mandrioli, A. Margiotta, R. Pazzi, L. Ramello, L. Riccati, A. Romero, A. M. Rossi, S. Rustichelli, A. Sconza, P. Serra-Lugaresi, A. G. Tenner, G. Van Apeldoorn, P. Van Dam, D. Vignaud, C. Visser, R. Wigmans

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Abstract

The fragmentation of the hadronic system into Λ, Σ(1385), K) and K*(892) in deep-inelastic charged-current interactions of high energy neutrinos and antineutrinos with proton and neutron is analyzed. The results obtained for the production of these particles from the various initial states are compared with each other and with the predictions of the Lund fragmentation model. This comparison shows that a spectator diquark does not fragment as a whole in a fraction of the interactions. The role of the sea quarks in the baryon formation process is underlined. Strange vector and pseudoscalar mesons are likely to be produced at similar rates.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)231-235
Number of pages5
JournalPhysics Letters B
Volume154
Issue number2-3
DOIs
StatePublished - Apr 25 1985

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    Allasia, D., Angelini, C., Baldini, A., Bertanza, L., Bloch, M., Bobisut, F., Bolognese, T., Borg, A., Calimani, E., Capiluppi, P., Casali, R., Ciampolillo, S., Cirio, R., Derkaoui, J., Faccini-Turluer, M. L., Fantechi, R., Flaminio, V., Frodesen, A. G., Gamba, D., ... Wigmans, R. (1985). Fragmentation into strange particles in high energy vp, vn, vp and vn interactions. Physics Letters B, 154(2-3), 231-235. https://doi.org/10.1016/0370-2693(85)90592-1