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Cumulative Particle Production in p20Ne Interactions at 300 GeV.

B.S.Yuldashev et al., WISC-EX-90-310(1990)

Production in p20Ne and pN Interactions at 300 GeV.

B.S.Yuldashev et al., WISC-EX-90-309(1990)

Neutral Strange Production in p20Ne and pN Interactions at 300 GeV.

B.S.Yuldashev et al., WISC-EX-90-308(1990)

Distribution of the effective mass of the two photon system.

                                

Angular distribution of photons in the center of mass system.

                                

Multiplicity distributions of photons as function of the number of negative particles in different regions: beam fragmentation region (y>1), central production (|y|<=1) and target fragmentation region (y <-1).

                                

Transverse momentum distribution of photons.

                                

Rapidity distribution of photons in pp interactions (a), pNe interactions (b) and the multiplication ratio (c).

                                

Distribution of the transverse momentum squared for photons.

                                

Cross sections as function of the Feynman variable xF for K0S and Production.

                                

Cross sections as function of the Rapidity y for K0S and Production.

                                

Cross sections as function of the transverse momentum squared p2T for K0S and Production.

                                

Average number of produced photons as function of the number of low energy protons (a) and as function of the number of negative particles [(b) and (c)].

                                

Average number of produced photons as function of the number of low energy protons in three different regions: beam fragmentations region (y>1), central production (|y|<=1) and target fragmentation region (y<-1).

                                

Average transverse momentum as function of x = pL/s1/2 for events with only one produced low energy proton (a) and for events with more than one produced low energy proton (b).

                                

Momentum spectrum of low energy protons.

                                

Average number of produced K0S [(a) and (b)] and [(c) and (d)] as function of the number of negative particles in an event [(a) and (c)] and as function of the number of low energy protons [(b) and (d)].