Reference : Dispersion relations for meson-proton and proton-proton forward elastic scattering
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http://hdl.handle.net/2268/126304
Dispersion relations for meson-proton and proton-proton forward elastic scattering
English
Alkin, A. [Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics - BLTP > > > >]
Cudell, Jean-René mailto [Université de Liège - ULg > Département d'astrophys., géophysique et océanographie (AGO) > Physique des astroparticules >]
Martynov, E. [Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics - BLTP > > > >]
2012
30 Years of Strong Interactions: a Three-Day Meeting in Honour of Joseph Cugnon and Hans-Jürgen Pirner
Cudell, Jean-René mailto
Lansberg, Jean-Philippe mailto
Mancusi, Davide
Springer
Few-Body systems, July 2012, Volume 53, Issue 1-2
Yes
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International
30 Years of Strong Interactions: a Three-Day Meeting in Honour of Joseph Cugnon and Hans-Jürgen Pirner
06 April 2011 to 08 April 2011
J.R. Cudell, J.P. Lansberg, D. Mancusi, L. Favart, N. Matagne
Spa
Belgium
[en] dispersion relations ; total cross section ; elastic amplitude
[en] An analysis of the data on forward $pp, \bar pp, \pi^{\pm}p$ and $K^{\pm}p$ scattering is performed making use of the single- and double-subtraction integral and comparing with derivative dispersion relations for amplitudes. Various pomeron and odderon models for the total cross sections are considered and compared. The real part of the amplitude is calculated via dispersion relations. It is shown that the integral dispersion relations lead to a better description of the data for $\sqrt{s}>$5 GeV. Predictions of the considered models for the TOTEM experiment at LHC energies are given
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http://hdl.handle.net/2268/126304
http://arxiv.org/abs/arXiv:1109.1306

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