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Zeitschrift für Physik A Hadrons and Nuclei

, Volume 358, Issue 3, pp 337–351 | Cite as

Complex analysis of gold interactions with photoemulsion nuclei at 10.7 GeV/nucleon within the framework of cascade and FRITIOF models

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Abstract

Complex analysis of Gold interaction with photoemulsion nuclei at 10.7 GeV/ nucleon has been performed. The data obtained were compared with a modified FRITIOF model which allowance is made for exitation of nuclear residuals (after interaction). A comparison was also made with cascade-evaporation model. Experimental data contradict the CEM supposition of fast resonance decay and complete cascading. The modified FRITIOF model fairly well reproduces experimental observations. According to the model the production mechanism of charged particles must remain unchangable in the 4–200 GeV/n energy range.

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25.70.Mn 25.75+r 

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