Russian Physics Journal

, Volume 39, Issue 7, pp 690–694 | Cite as

Correction for polarization effects in proton-proton scattering in a perturbation quantum-chromodhnamics framework

  • F. S. Sadykhov
  • Azad I. Akhmedov
Elementary-Particle Physics and Field Theory
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Abstract

The differential effective cross sections of proton-proton scattering and the Drell-Jahn process are calculated using perturbation quantum chromodynamics in a Fermi-Feynmann gauge, and the spin asymmetry of the hadrons is found.

Keywords

Quantum Chromodynamics Momentum Fraction Spin Asymmetry Proton Momentum Nonlinear Spinor 

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  • F. S. Sadykhov
  • Azad I. Akhmedov

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