Heavy Clusters at High Energy
It is shown that within a fairly general model of sequential decay, high energy data require the existence of clusters whose mass increases with energy. Arguments are given to suggest that this picture may be more general than the specific model used would lead to conclude.
KeywordsCluster Formation Inclusive Probability Average Multiplicity High Order Equation Sequential Decay
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