The results of an experiment to search for quarks in pp interactions, at a total centre of mass energy SQRT(s)=52,5GeV are reported. The experiment was sensitive to fractionally charged particles with 0,035e<=Q<=0,67e, beta=v/c>=0,1, and masses up to 21 GeV/c^2. The 90% confidence level on the ratio "quark flux/charged particles flux" is 5,11x10^-11 for Q=1/3e. This value holds true for particle produced with a mean transverse momentm of 0,4Gev/c.

Basile, M., Cara Romeo, G., Cifarelli, L., Contin, A., D'ALI' Staiti, G., Giusti, P., et al. (1978). Search for quarks in Proton-proton interactions at SQRT(s)=52,5 GeV. Il nuovo cimento, 45(2), 171-186 [10.1007/BF02724662].

Search for quarks in Proton-proton interactions at SQRT(s)=52,5 GeV

D'ALI'STAITI, Giacomo;
1978-01-01

Abstract

The results of an experiment to search for quarks in pp interactions, at a total centre of mass energy SQRT(s)=52,5GeV are reported. The experiment was sensitive to fractionally charged particles with 0,035e<=Q<=0,67e, beta=v/c>=0,1, and masses up to 21 GeV/c^2. The 90% confidence level on the ratio "quark flux/charged particles flux" is 5,11x10^-11 for Q=1/3e. This value holds true for particle produced with a mean transverse momentm of 0,4Gev/c.
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Basile, M., Cara Romeo, G., Cifarelli, L., Contin, A., D'ALI' Staiti, G., Giusti, P., et al. (1978). Search for quarks in Proton-proton interactions at SQRT(s)=52,5 GeV. Il nuovo cimento, 45(2), 171-186 [10.1007/BF02724662].
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