HIGH-ENERGY PHOTOPRODUCTION OF CHARMED STATES.

Stephen D. Holmes, Wonyong Lee, James E Wiss

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Abstract

Photoproduction experiments studying the formation of bound and open charm have been carried out over the last ten years using both real and virtual photon beams. The early measurements were usually interpreted using the vector meson dominance model (VDM). More recent efforts have focused on precise measurements of the energy dependence, elasticity, and the Q**2 dependence of both bound and open charm production. These data are now interpreted through a perturbative model based on quantum chromodynamics (QCD); the model is known as photon-gluon fusion (PGF). This paper compares experimental data with the current theoretical models.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationAnnual Review of Nuclear and Particle Science
PublisherAnnual Reviews Inc.
Pages397-454
Number of pages58
Volume35
ISBN (Print)0824315359
StatePublished - Dec 1 1985
Externally publishedYes

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photoproduction
energy
photon beams
vector mesons
elastic properties
quantum chromodynamics
fusion
photons

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  • Nuclear and High Energy Physics

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Holmes, S. D., Lee, W., & Wiss, J. E. (1985). HIGH-ENERGY PHOTOPRODUCTION OF CHARMED STATES. In Annual Review of Nuclear and Particle Science (Vol. 35, pp. 397-454). Annual Reviews Inc..

HIGH-ENERGY PHOTOPRODUCTION OF CHARMED STATES. / Holmes, Stephen D.; Lee, Wonyong; Wiss, James E.

Annual Review of Nuclear and Particle Science. Vol. 35 Annual Reviews Inc., 1985. p. 397-454.

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Holmes, SD, Lee, W & Wiss, JE 1985, HIGH-ENERGY PHOTOPRODUCTION OF CHARMED STATES. in Annual Review of Nuclear and Particle Science. vol. 35, Annual Reviews Inc., pp. 397-454.
Holmes SD, Lee W, Wiss JE. HIGH-ENERGY PHOTOPRODUCTION OF CHARMED STATES. In Annual Review of Nuclear and Particle Science. Vol. 35. Annual Reviews Inc. 1985. p. 397-454
Holmes, Stephen D. ; Lee, Wonyong ; Wiss, James E. / HIGH-ENERGY PHOTOPRODUCTION OF CHARMED STATES. Annual Review of Nuclear and Particle Science. Vol. 35 Annual Reviews Inc., 1985. pp. 397-454
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