Spectra and correlations of Λ and [Formula Presented] produced in 340-GeV/c [Formula Presented] and 260-GeV/c [Formula Presented] interactions

M. I. Adamovich, Yu A. Alexandrov, S. P. Baranov, D. Barberis, M. Beck, C. Bérat, W. Beusch, M. Boss, S. Brons, W. Brückner, M. Buénerd, C. Busch, C. Büscher, F. Charignon, J. Chauvin, E. A. Chudakov, U. Dersch, F. Dropmann, J. Engelfried, F. FallerA. Fournier, S. G. Gerassimov, M. Godbersen, P. Grafström, Th Haller, M. Heidrich, E. Hubbard, R. B. Hurst, K. Königsmann, I. Konorov, N. Keller, K. Martens, Ph Martin, S. Masciocchi, R. Michaels, U. Müller, H. Neeb, D. Newbold, C. Newsom, S. Paul, J. Pochodzalla, I. Potashnikova, B. Povh, R. Ransome, Z. Ren, M. Rey-Campagnolle, G. Rosner, L. Rossi, H. Rudolph, C. Scheel, L. Schmitt, H. W. Siebert, A. Simon, V. J. Smith, O. Thilmann, A. Trombini, E. Vesin, B. Volkemer, K. Vorwalter, Th Walcher, G. Wälder, R. Werding, E. Wittmann, M. V. Zavertyaev

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We have measured the production of strange baryons and antibaryons in 340-GeV/c [Formula Presented] and 260-GeV/c [Formula Presented] interactions. The single [Formula Presented] distributions show the expected leading particle effect, and the single [Formula Presented] distributions show a distinct nonthermal behavior. The [Formula Presented] distributions of Λ-Λ pairs indicate two different phase space distributions for the two coincident baryons. On the other hand two [Formula Presented] show identical distributions. Momentum conservation during the formation process may represent a significant source for the observed behavior.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)4
Number of pages1
JournalPhysical Review C - Nuclear Physics
Issue number4
StatePublished - 2002

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Nuclear and High Energy Physics

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