Single hadron spectrum inγγ collisions: The QCD contribution to order αsand the non perturbative background View Full Text


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DATE

1985-09

AUTHORS

P. Aurenche, A. Douiri, R. Baier, M. Fontannaz, D. Schiff

ABSTRACT

We calculate the corrections of order ±s to the process γγ→HXX where both initial photons are real. The analytic expressions are given and a detailed discussion of the variation of the corrections withpT and rapidity is presented. The dependence on the factorization prescription and scale is also discussed. Using the equivalent photon approximation the crosssection fore+e−→e+e−HX is calculated both in the PEP/PETRA and LEP energy range. Based on the vector meson dominance model the non perturbative background is estimated and its importance for present and future experiments is emphasized. More... »

PAGES

423-437

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