A global event shape analysis of the multihadronic final states observed in deep inelastic scattering (DIS) with a large forward rapidity gap (LRG) is performed in the range Q(2) greater than or equal to 5 GeV2, 160 GeV less than or equal to W less than or equal to 250 GeV and eta(max) less than or equal to 1.8. Particular emphasis is paid to the dependence of these variables, measured in the gamma*-pomeron rest frame, upon M-X, the mass of the hadronic final state. With increasing M-X the multihadronic final states become planar. The broadening effects exhibited by the data can be described by including a gluon density in models where the pomeron has a partonic structure or alternatively by considering a direct coupling of the pomeron to quark and gluon pairs.

ZEUS Collaboration M. Derrick, D. Krakauer, S. Magill, D. Mikunas, B. Musgrave, J.R. Okrasin´ ski, et al. (1997). Event shape analysis of multihadronic final states in deep inelastic rapidity gap events at HERA(407), 592-596.

Event shape analysis of multihadronic final states in deep inelastic rapidity gap events at HERA

MARI, Stefano Maria;
1997

Abstract

A global event shape analysis of the multihadronic final states observed in deep inelastic scattering (DIS) with a large forward rapidity gap (LRG) is performed in the range Q(2) greater than or equal to 5 GeV2, 160 GeV less than or equal to W less than or equal to 250 GeV and eta(max) less than or equal to 1.8. Particular emphasis is paid to the dependence of these variables, measured in the gamma*-pomeron rest frame, upon M-X, the mass of the hadronic final state. With increasing M-X the multihadronic final states become planar. The broadening effects exhibited by the data can be described by including a gluon density in models where the pomeron has a partonic structure or alternatively by considering a direct coupling of the pomeron to quark and gluon pairs.
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