LIMITS ON CHARGED PARTICLES IN HADRONIC REACTIONS

Production and Capture of Long-Lived Massive Particles INSPIRE search

VALUE ($ 10^{-36} $ cm${}^{2}$) DOCUMENT ID TECN  COMMENT
• • • We do not use the following data for averages, fits, limits, etc. • • •
$\text{<20 to 800}$ 1
ALEKSEEV
1976
ELEC $\tau $=5 ms to 1 day
$\text{<200 to 2000}$ 1
ALEKSEEV
1976B
ELEC $\tau $=100 ms to 1 day
$\text{<1.4 to 9}$ 2
FRANKEL
1975
CNTR $\tau $=50 ms to 10 hours
$\text{<0.1 to 9}$ 3
FRANKEL
1974
CNTR $\tau $=1 to 1000 hours
1  ALEKSEEV 1976 and ALEKSEEV 1976B are 61$-$70 GeV ${{\mathit p}}$ Serpukhov experiment. Cross section is per ${}^{}\mathrm {Pb}$ nucleus.
2  FRANKEL 1975 is extension of FRANKEL 1974 .
3  FRANKEL 1974 looks for particles produced in thick ${}^{}\mathrm {Al}$ targets by 300$-$400 ${\mathrm {GeV/}}\mathit c$ protons.
  References:
ALEKSEEV 1976
SJNP 22 531 Search for Delayed High Energy Radiation Produced by a Lead Target Irradiated by 45 GeV Protons
ALEKSEEV 1976B
SJNP 23 633 Search for Metastable States with Lifetime Greater than 5 msec in a Lead Target Bombarded by 60 $−$ 70 GeV Protons
FRANKEL 1975
PR D12 2561 Further Search for Massive Longlived Particles Produced by 400 GeV Protons
FRANKEL 1974
PR D9 1932 Search for Massive Longlived Particles in Aluminum Targets Irradiated by 300 and 400 GeV Protons