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By André Morel (auth.), F. Bradamante, J.-M. Richard, R. Klapisch (eds.)

The 3rd process the foreign tuition on Physics with Low strength Antiprotons was once held in Erice, Sicily on the Ettore Majorana Centre for clinical tradition, from 10 to 18 June, 1988. the college is devoted to physics available to experiments utilizing low power antiprotons, in particular in view of operation of the LEAR facility at CERN with the upgraded antiproton resource AAC (Antiproton Accumulator AA and Antiproton Collector ACOL). the 1st path in 1986 lined issues with regards to basic symmetries; the second one direction in 1987 interested by spectroscopy of sunshine and heavy quarks. This e-book con­ tains the lawsuits of the 3rd direction, dedicated to the experimental and theoretical features of the interplay of antinucleons with nucleons and nuclei. The lawsuits include either the academic lectures and contributions provided by means of contributors through the college. The papers are geared up in different sections. the 1st part bargains with the theoretical elements of NN scattering and annihilation, and the underlying QCD. The experimental innovations and effects bearing on NN scattering are contained in part II. part III includes theoretical studies and contributions on anti­ proton-nucleus scattering and sure states. part IV is dedicated to the experimental effects at the antiproton­ nucleus structures and their phenomenological research. ultimately, a few attainable advancements of the antiproton machines are presented.

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Present two-photon collision measurements 61 are at energies too close to the PP threshold to meaningfully test the predictions. " -+ As discussed in sec. 2, a model form for the proton distribution amplitude has been proposed by Chernyak and Zhitnitskii 4 based on QCD sum rules which leads to normalization and sign consistent with the measured proton form factor. (See fig. ) The C Z sum rule analysis has been recently corrected and modified by King and Sachrajda 62 but the final results are not known at this time.

N, defined on the free quark and gluon Fock basis at equal "light-cone time" T = t + z/c in the physical "light-cone" gauge A+ == AO + A3 = O. (Here Xi = kt/p+, :EXi = 1, In the case of inclusive reactions all of the hadron Fock states generally participate; the necessity for higher-particle Fock states in the proton is apparent from its large gluon momentum fraction and the recent results from the EMC collaboration 9 suggesting that, on the average, little of the proton's helicity is carried by the light quarks~o In the case of high-momentum transfer Q exclusive reactions perturbative QCD predicts that only the lowest particle number (valence) Fock state contributes to leading order in I/Q.

5-7 "Lattice gauge theory 1986" : Proceedings of the Brookhaven International Symposium, Sept. 15-19 (1986). ) "Lattice gauge theory 1987", Nucl. Phys. B (Proc. ) 4 (1988). "Lattice gauge theory 1988", Nucl. Phys. B (Proc. ), to appear 25 ANTIPROTON ANNIHILATION IN QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS* STANLEY J. BRODSKY Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Stanford University, Stanford, California 94309, USA 1. INTRODUCTION Quantum chromo dynamics 1 has been extensively tested in high-momentum transfer inclusive reactions, where factorization theorems, asymptotic freedom and jet algorithms provide semiquantitative perturbative predictions.

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