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TitleThe Antiproton-Nucleon Annihilation Process (Antiproton Collaboration Experiment)
Author(s)Barkas, W. H.; Birge, R. W.; Chupp, W. W.; Ekspong, A. G.; Goldhaber, G.; Goldhaber, S.; Heckman, H. H.; Perkins, D. H.; Sandweiss, J.; Segre, E.; Smith, F. M.; Stork, D. H.; Rossum, L. Van; Amaldi, E.; Baroni, G.; Castagnoli, C.; Franzinetti, C.; Manfredini, A.
Publication DateSeptember 10, 1956
Report NumberUCRL--3520
Unique IdentifierACC0413
Other NumbersOSTI ID: 914470
Research OrgRadiation Laboratory, University of California [Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL)], Berkeley, CA (US)
Contract NoW-7405-eng-48
Sponsoring OrgU.S. Atomic Energy Commission (AEC)
Subject71 Classical and Quantum Mechanics, General Physics; 72 Physics of Elementary Particles and Fields; 73 Nuclear Physics and Radiation Physics; Annihilation; Antiprotons; Particle Beams; Stars
Related Web PagesEmilio Segre, the Antiproton, Technetium, and Astatine
AbstractIn the exposure to a 700-MeV/c negative particle beam, 35 antiproton stars have been found. Of these antiprotons, 21 annihilate in flight and three give large-angle scatters ({Theta} > 15 , T{sub P-} > 50 Mev), while 14 annihilate at rest. From the interactions in flight we obtain the total cross section for antiproton interaction.
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