Alternative signature of TeV strings: Reduction in QCD jet production

@article{Oda2001AlternativeSO,
  title={Alternative signature of TeV strings: Reduction in QCD jet production},
  author={Kin-ya Oda and Nobuchika Okada},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2001},
  volume={66},
  pages={095005}
}
In string theory, it is well known that any hard scattering amplitude inevitably suffers exponential suppression. We demonstrate that, if the string scale is ${M}_{s}l2\mathrm{TeV},$ this intrinsically stringy behavior leads to a dramatic reduction in the QCD jet production rate with very high transverse momenta ${p}_{T}g~2\mathrm{TeV}$ at CERN LHC. This suppression is sufficient to be observed in the first year of low-luminosity running. Our prediction is based on the universal behavior of… 
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