Backward proton and π− production has been studied in νμ CC interactions with carbon nuclei. Detailed analyses of the momentum distributions, of the production rates, and of the general features of events with a backward going particle, have been carried out in order to understand the mechanism producing these particles. The backward proton data have been compared with the predictions of the reinteraction and the short range correlation models.

A study of backward going protons and negative pions in neutrino(mu) CC interactions with the NOMAD detector

CONTA, CLAUDIO;FRATERNALI, MARCO
2001

Abstract

Backward proton and π− production has been studied in νμ CC interactions with carbon nuclei. Detailed analyses of the momentum distributions, of the production rates, and of the general features of events with a backward going particle, have been carried out in order to understand the mechanism producing these particles. The backward proton data have been compared with the predictions of the reinteraction and the short range correlation models.
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