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Odderon observation: explanations and answers to questions/objections regarding the PRL publication

@inproceedings{Osterberg2022OdderonOE,
  title={Odderon observation: explanations and answers to questions/objections regarding the PRL publication},
  author={Kenneth Osterberg},
  year={2022}
}
The odderon observation recently published by the D0 and TOTEM collaborations has been widely accepted by a majority of the particle physics community and its importance recognized through dedicated physics seminars in the world major labs and physics institute. Naturally also some questions and objections have been raised, either privately or publicly, in discussion sessions and articles. In this proceedings article, a comprehensive list of these questions and objections are answered and… 
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Recent results from the TOTEM collaboration and the discovery of the odderon

We describe the most recent results from the TOTEM collaboration on elastic, inelastic and total cross sections as well as the odderon discovery by the D0 and TOTEM collaborations. In this short

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