The Multiperipheral Model for High-Energy Processes

  • K. Venkatesan


The multiperipheral model developed by Amati, Fubini, and others to treat high-energy scattering and production processes is a generalization to very high energies of the idea of peripheral interactions, which seem to be particularly dominant in the 1 to 3 BeV region. Here, we shall be concerned only with the behavior of high-energy cross sections for two-particle processes.


Asymptotic Form Inelastic Cross Section Absorptive Part Peripheral Interaction Peripheral Model 
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  • K. Venkatesan
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  1. 1.MatscienceMadrasIndia

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