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Evolution of Nucleon Structure Functions in the $Q^2$ Range Between 20-{GeV}**2 and 10000-{GeV}**2 From a New {QCD} Analysis of Neutrino Data

Authors
  • Bergsma, F.
  • Dorenbosch, J.
  • Allaby, J.V.
  • Amaldi, U.
  • Barbiellini, G.
  • Flegel, W.
  • Lanceri, L.
  • Metcalf, M.
  • Nieuwenhuis, C.
  • Panman, J.
  • Santoni, C.
  • Winter, K.
  • Abt, I.
  • Aspiazu, J.
  • Busser, F.W.
  • Daumann, H.
  • Gall, P.D.
  • Hebbeker, T.
  • Niebergall, F.
  • Schutt, P.
  • And 19 more
Publication Date
Jan 01, 1985
Identifiers
DOI: 10.1016/0370-2693(85)91452-2
OAI: oai:inspirehep.net:207967
Source
INSPIRE-HEP
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Abstract

From the nucleon structure functions measured by the CHARM Collaboration in inclusive neutrino and antineutrino CC interactions we determined the QCD parameters Λ MS = 310 ± 140 ( stat. ) ± 70( syst. ) MeV using the Furmanski- Petronzio method. With the same method we extrapolated the behaviour of the quark (q + q) and the gluon x -distributions up to Q 2 = 10 000 GeV 2 using perturbative QCD. The extrapolated structure functions are compared with recent results coming from the two-jet differential cross section in proton-antiproton interactions at √ s = 540 GeV and Q 2 = 2000 GeV 2 .

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