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Global analysis of charge exchange meson production at high energies

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Many experiments that are conducted to study the hadron spectrum rely on peripheral resonance production. Hereby, the rapidity gap allows the process to be viewed as an independent fragmentation of the beam and the target, with the beam fragmentation dominated by production and decays of meson resonances. We test this separation by determining the kinematic regimes that are dominated by factorizable contributions, indicating the most favorable regions to perform this kind of experiments. In doing so, we use a Regge model to analyze the available world data of charge exchange meson production with beam momentum above 5 GeV in the laboratory frame that are not dominated by either pion or Pomeron exchanges. We determine the Regge residues and point out the kinematic regimes which are dominated by factorizable contributions.
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13 GEV-C, DIFFERENTIAL CROSS-SECTIONS, K-P REACTIONS, FINAL-STATES, HELICITY AMPLITUDES, MOMENTUM REGION, ISOBAR MODEL, 6 GEV/C, ETA, PION

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Nys, Jannes, AN Hiller Blin, V Mathieu, C Fernández-Ramírez, A Jackura, A Pilloni, Jan Ryckebusch, AP Szczepaniak, and G Fox. 2018. “Global Analysis of Charge Exchange Meson Production at High Energies.” Physical Review D 98 (3).
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Nys, J., Hiller Blin, A., Mathieu, V., Fernández-Ramírez, C., Jackura, A., Pilloni, A., Ryckebusch, J., et al. (2018). Global analysis of charge exchange meson production at high energies. PHYSICAL REVIEW D, 98(3).
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Nys J, Hiller Blin A, Mathieu V, Fernández-Ramírez C, Jackura A, Pilloni A, et al. Global analysis of charge exchange meson production at high energies. PHYSICAL REVIEW D. 2018;98(3).
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Nys, Jannes, AN Hiller Blin, V Mathieu, et al. “Global Analysis of Charge Exchange Meson Production at High Energies.” PHYSICAL REVIEW D 98.3 (2018): n. pag. Print.
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  abstract     = {Many experiments that are conducted to study the hadron spectrum rely on peripheral resonance production. Hereby, the rapidity gap allows the process to be viewed as an independent fragmentation of the beam and the target, with the beam fragmentation dominated by production and decays of meson resonances. We test this separation by determining the kinematic regimes that are dominated by factorizable contributions, indicating the most favorable regions to perform this kind of experiments. In doing so, we use a Regge model to analyze the available world data of charge exchange meson production with beam momentum above 5 GeV in the laboratory frame that are not dominated by either pion or Pomeron exchanges. We determine the Regge residues and point out the kinematic regimes which are dominated by factorizable contributions.},
  articleno    = {034020},
  author       = {Nys, Jannes and Hiller Blin, AN and Mathieu, V and Fern{\'a}ndez-Ram{\'i}rez, C and Jackura, A and Pilloni, A and Ryckebusch, Jan and Szczepaniak, AP and Fox, G},
  issn         = {2470-0010},
  journal      = {PHYSICAL REVIEW D},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {24},
  title        = {Global analysis of charge exchange meson production at high energies},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.98.034020},
  volume       = {98},
  year         = {2018},
}

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