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Jets at PETRA

  • Horst Oberlack

Abstract

The hadronic final state of e+e reactions has provided a fruitful testing ground for QCD predictions on quark pair production and colour radiative processes.1 In particular, the study of the topology of this final state in terms of jet production and their properties now leads to a certain amount of commonly accepted facts: quarks have spin 1/2, are pointlike down to distances of 10−16 cm, and are produced in oppositely charged pairs; coloured gluons are needed to reproduce the observed features of the data, are vector particles, and are produced according to a Bremsstrahlung spectrum. Excellent reviews of such results have been written,2 and the reader is referred to them for earlier work.

Keywords

Inclusive Cross Section Strong Coupling Constant Average Transverse Momentum Final State Hadron Final State Particle 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Horst Oberlack
    • 1
  1. 1.Max-Planck-Institut für Physik and AstrophysikWerner-Heinsenberg-Institut für PhysikMünchenGermany

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