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The properties of proton-proton interactions between 100 and 1000 GeV from a cosmic-ray experiment
Nuclear Physics B
Proton-proton interactions above 100 GeV have been studied in an experiment using cosmic-ray protons interacting in a liquid hydrogen target. From several hundred hydrogen interactions, it has been learned that: (a) the total inelastic pp cross section is not changing significantly with energy above 30 GeV; (b) the multiplicity distributions of charged prongs agree with a Poisson distribution in charged-particle pairs; (c) the average charged prong multiplicity increases as in s; (d) thedoi:10.1016/0550-3213(72)90034-x fatcat:jbacjbjs6rcibl4apu5p3oc2mq