The effect of Hadron mass on the energy distribution function of Hadron

Nejad, S. M. Moosavi; Khorramian, A. N.
March 2011
Iranian Journal of Physics Research;Mar2011, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p8
Academic Journal
In the Hadronic interactions, the point which is less considered is the mass effect of interacting Hadrons on the energy distribution function of outgoing Hadrons. In this article we present a method to incorporate these mass effects which leads us to improve one of the basic formulas in QCD. In the end, we will show how these mass effects improve our previous results.


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