Measurements of production and inelastic cross sections for p+C , p+Be , and p+Al at 60  GeV/c and p+C and p+Be at 120  GeV/c

@article{Aduszkiewicz2019MeasurementsOP,
  title={Measurements of production and inelastic cross sections for 
p+C
, 
p+Be
, and 
p+Al
 at 
60  GeV/c
 and 
p+C
 and 
p+Be
 at 
120  GeV/c},
  author={A. Aduszkiewicz and E. Andronov and T. Anti'ci'c and V. Babkin and M. Baszczyk and S. Bhosale and A. Blondel and M. Bogomilov and A. Brandin and A. Bravar and W. Bryli'nski and J. Brzychczyk and M. Buryakov and O. Busygina and A. Bzdak and H. Cherif and M. 'Cirkovi'c and M. Csanad and J. Cybowska and T. Czopowicz and A. Damyanova and N. Davis and M. Deliyergiyev and M. Deveaux and A. Dmitriev and W. Dominik and P. Dorosz and J. Dumarchez and R. Engel and G. Feofilov and L. Fields and Z. Fodor and A. Garibov and M. Ga'zdzicki and O. Golosov and M. Golubeva and K. Grebieszkow and F. Guber and A. Haesler and S. Igolkin and S. Ilieva and A. Ivashkin and S. R. Johnson and K. Kadija and E. Kaptur and N. Kargin and E. Kashirin and M. Kielbowicz and V. Kireyeu and V. Klochkov and V. Kolesnikov and D. Kolev and A. Korzenev and V. Kovalenko and K. Kowalik and S. Kowalski and M. Koziel and A. Krasnoperov and W. Kucewicz and M. Kuich and A. Kurepin and D. Larsen and A. L'aszl'o and T. V. Lazareva and M. Lewicki and K. Łojek and B. Łysakowski and V. Lyubushkin and M. Ma'ckowiak-Pawlowska and Z. Majka and B. Maksiak and A. I. Malakhov and A. Marchionni and A. Marcinek and A. D. Marino and K. M{\'a}rton and H. Mathes and T. Matulewicz and V. Matveev and G. Melkumov and A. Merzlaya and B. Messerly and Ł. Mik and G. B. Mills and S. Morozov and S. Mr'owczy'nski and Y. Nagai and M. Naskręt and V. Ozvenchuk and V. Paolone and M. Pavin and O. Petukhov and R. Planeta and P. Podlaski and B. Popov and B. Porfy and M. Posiadała-Zezula and D. Prokhorova and D. Pszczel and S. Puławski and J. Puzovi'c and M. Ravonel and R. Renfordt and E. Richter-Was and D. R{\"o}hrich and E. Rondio and M. Roth and B. Rumberger and M. Rumyantsev and A. Rustamov and M. Rybczynski and A. Rybicki and A. Sadovsky and K. Schmidt and I. Selyuzhenkov and A. Seryakov and P. Seyboth and M. Slodkowski and A. Snoch and P. Staszel and G. Stefanek and J. Stepaniak and M. Strikhanov and H. Str{\"o}bele and T. {\vS}u{\vs}a and A. Taranenko and A. Tefelska and D. Tefelski and V. Tereshchenko and A. Toia and R. Tsenov and L. Turko and R. Ulrich and M. Unger and F. Valiev and D. Veberi{\vc} and V. Vechernin and A. Wickremasinghe and Z. Włodarczyk and A. Wojtaszek-Szwar{\'c} and K. W'ojcik and O. Wyszy'nski and L. Zambelli and E. Zimmerman and R. Zwaska},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Experiment},
  year={2019}
}
This paper presents measurements of production cross sections and inelastic cross sections for the following reactions: 60 GeV/$c$ protons with C, Be, Al targets and 120 GeV/$c$ protons with C and Be targets. The analysis was performed using the NA61/SHINE spectrometer at the CERN SPS. First measurements were obtained using protons at 120 GeV/$c$, while the results for protons at 60 GeV/$c$ were compared with previously published measurements. These interaction cross section measurements are… Expand
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