Banner, M.; Hamel, J.L.; Pansart, J.P.; Stirling, A.V.; Teiger, J.; Zaccone, H.; Zsembery, J.; Bassompierre, G.; Croissiaux, M.; Gresser, J.; Morand, R.; Riedinger, M.; Schneegans, M.; Large Transverse Momentum Particle Production at 90° in Proton Proton Collisions at the ISR
Phys. Lett. 44B (1973) 537;
Total charged particle fluxes above 1.2 GeV/c transverse momentum at 90° have been measured at the CERN Intersecting Storage Rings for c.m. energies between 23.2 and 52.7 GeV. In addition, charged pion spectra above 3 GeV/c have been obtained at 44.4 and 52.7 GeV, as well as gamma-ray spectra at the same energies. The upper limit to produce a single electron above 3 GeV/c at 90° is less than 1.2 x 10-33 cm2/sr at 90% confidence level.
Related references See also M. Banner et al., Phys. Lett. 41B (1972) 547;
British-Scandinavian Collaboration, B. Alper et al., "Inclusive particle production in the rapidity range 0 to 1 at the CERN ISR" 16-th Int. Conf. on High Energy Physics, Batavia 1972, paper 900;
CERN-Columbia-Rockefeller Collaboration, M. Jacob, 16-th Int. Conf. on High Energy Physics, Batavia 1972, CERN Preprint TH 1570 (1972);
R. M. Sternheimer, Phys. Rev. 99 (1955) 277;
p p charged X
23.2-52.7 GeV (Ecm)
Observation of high transverse momentum hadrons at the CERN Intersecting Storage Rings.