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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Applicability Of A Representation For The Martin's Real-part Formula In Model-independent Analyses|
|Abstract:||Using a novel representation for the Martin's real-part formula without the full scaling property, an almost model-independent description of the protonproton differential cross-section data at high energies (19.4 GeV-62.5 GeV) is obtained. In the impact parameter and eikonal frameworks, the extracted inelastic overlap function presents a peripheral effect (tail) above 2 fm and the extracted opacity function is characterized by a zero (change of sign) in the momentum transfer space, confirming results from previous model-independent analyses. Analytical parametrization for these empirical results are introduced and discussed. The importance of investigations on the inverse problems in high-energy elastic hadron scattering is stressed and the relevance of the proposed representation is commented. A short critical review on the use of Martin's formula is also presented. © 2011 World Scientific Publishing Company.|
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