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First Results of a Detailed Analysis of p+p Elastic Scattering Data from ISR to LHC Energies in the Quark-Diquark Model

  title={First Results of a Detailed Analysis of p+p Elastic Scattering Data from ISR to LHC Energies in the Quark-Diquark Model},
  author={Frigyes Janos Nemes and Tam'as CsorgHo},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
  • F. Nemes, T. CsorgHo
  • Published 11 February 2012
  • Physics
  • arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology
First results of a detailed analysis of p+p elastic scattering data are presented from ISR to LHC energies utilizing the quark-diquark model of protons in a form proposed by Bialas and Bzdak. The differential crosssection of elastic proton-proton collisions is analyzed in detailed and systematic manner at small momentum transfers, starting from the energy range of CERN ISR at p s = 23.5 GeV, including also recent TOTEM data at the present LHC energies at p s = 7 TeV. These studies confirm the… 
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