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Leading neutron physics at HERA using the forward neutron detector at ZEUS.
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Leading neutrons produced in high energy electron-proton collisions at a center-of-momentum energy of 318 GeV2 are studied with the Forward Neutron Detector of the ZEUS experiment at the HERA collider. The Forward Neutron Detector consists of the Forward Neutron Calorimeter and the newly implemented Forward Neutron Tracker. The detectors and their calibration are presented. The transverse momentum squared, p2T , distributions of leading neutrons in bins of xL, the fraction of the proton energy carried by the neutron, have been measured using the Forward Neutron Tracker. The measurements were made using data samples in deep inelastic scattering and photoproduction, corresponding to integrated luminosities of 21 pb-1 and 9.3 pb-1, respectively. The distributions are fitted with an exponential, and the slopes are presented as a function of xL. The results are compared to models of one pion exchange and to leading proton measurements. The xL distributions of the photoproduced neutrons are measured for different bins of t, the invariant momentum transfer squared. The (1 - xL) distributions satisfy a power law dN/dxL ∝ (1 - xL)a (t) with the powers a(t) lying on a linear trajectory in t: a(t) = 1.08 +/- 1.08+0.40-0.42 - (2.78 +/- 0.32+0.31-0.41 GeV-2)t. This result is consistent with that expected from pion exchange and with previous measurements. The neutron energy distributions are compared for different values of momentum transfer squared between the electron and the proton and the results are discussed in the context of models of absorption.
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Topics like structure function measurements and phenomenology, QCD studies in DIS and photoproduction, spin physics and diffractive interactions are reviewed in detail, with emphasis on those studies that push the test of QCD and the Standard.
Tracking Elements of the ZEUS Detector. Introduction. Both of the experiments planned for HERA, ZEUS and H1, have specialized tracking detectors in the forward direction because of the beam asymmetry mentioned previously.
At ZEUS, there are four separate tracking chambers. If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to reset your password. Recently the ZEUS and HI collab- orations at HERA have installed forward neutron calorimeters (FNC) which provide additional experimental information.
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The interference of the G exchange with the SM ϒ and Z processes leads to an effective contact type interaction with a coupling G =λ/μ S 4, where the parameter λ depends on the details of the. The Table of Contents for the book is as follows: * VOLUME I * Foreword * Conference Organization * PLENARY SESSIONS * Pl Recent Results from the Super-Kamiokande * Recent Results from the Super-Kamiokande * Pl Recent Results on Neutrino Oscillations * Recent Results on Neutrino Oscillations * Pl Experimental Status of the Standard Model * Author: Alan Astbury, David Axen, Jacob Robinson.
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Leading neutron production in e+p collisions at HERA Chekanov, S., Krakauer, D., Magill, S., Musgrave, B., Pellegrino, A., Repond, J., Yoshida, R., Mattingly, M. Much of the physics of nuclei and polarisation has been studied at previous workshops, and frequent reference was made to the HERA eA workshops , to the HERA spin workshops , to the EIC white book , to the THERA book , to the TESLA-N  and to the ELFE  proposals.
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A new method is employed to measure the neutral current cross-section up to Bjorken 𝑥 values of 1 with the ZEUS detector at HERA using an integrated luminosity of pb-1 of electron–proton collisions and pb-1 of positron–proton collisions, at a centre-of-mass energy of GeV. Observation of events with an energetic forward neutron in deep inelastic scattering at HERA Derrick, M., Krakauer, D., Magill p scattering using data from the ZEUS detector at HERA Derrick, M., Krakauer, D., Magill, S., Mikunas, D., Musgrave, B The ZEUS Leading Proton Spectrometer and its use in the measurement of elastic rho(0.
The group led by Uri Karshon and including also Yehuda Eisenberg, participates in the ZEUS experiment at the HERA accelerator which provides e-p collisions at the DESY laboratory in Hamburg.
The group is specifically involved in the analysis of the production of the heavy quark "charm" with data from the upgraded HERA machine and ZEUS detector.Forward Detector (FDET) The Forward Tracking Detector (FTD) The Transition Radiation Detector (TRD) The Rear Tracking Detector (RTD) The Vertex Detector (VXD) 4 The ZEUS Trigger Environment Introduction Overview of Data-flow Rates and Background The Trigger The First Level Trigger The total integrated e-p luminosity delivered to the H1 and ZEUS experiments was about × 10 39 cm −2, conventionally denoted as fb −1 each.
Moreover, HERA only collided electrons with protons, never any other ions. HERA pioneered the use of polarized stored electron beams in collisions.