Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 15 Issue 1 July 1980 pp 101-105 Particle Physics
Simple regge pole model for the reaction
Mohammad Saleem M Iftikhar Ahmad
The most recently measured differential cross-section data for
Volume 24 Issue 3 March 1985 pp 429-433 Particle Physics
Pion-proton elastic scattering at 200 GeV/c
Recent measurements of differential and elastic cross-sections, slope parameters and ratios of the real and imaginary parts of the forward scattering amplitudes for pion-proton elastic scattering at 200 GeV/c have been fitted by using a simple Regge pole model with phenomenological residue functions. The computed results for total cross-sections have also been compared with the experimental data.
Volume 25 Issue 5 November 1985 pp 533-537 Particle Physics
Neutron-proton elastic scattering at high energies and small momentum transfers
It is shown that the most recent measurements of differential cross-section at small momentum transfers, integrated and total cross-sections, and the slope of np elastic scattering from 100 to 400 GeV/c are successfully fitted by using the simple Regge pole model proposed by the authors several years ago.
Volume 29 Issue 5 November 1987 pp 469-483 Particle Physics
The Chou-Yang model, lattice quantum chromodynamics and hyperon-proton elastic scattering
Mohammad Saleem Muhammad Rafique Haris Rashid Fazal-E-Aleem
The hyperon form factors obtained by using lattice quantum chromodynamics have been used in the Chou-Yang model in conjunction with the proton form factor obtained by parametrization of the experimental data including the most recent results to obtain differential cross-sections of hyperon-proton elastic reactions. The agreement with available experimental data verifies lattice QCD results at low momentum transfers.
Volume 31 Issue 2 August 1988 pp 99-108 Particle Physics
Regge pole plus cut model for proton-antiproton elastic scattering at collider and tevatron energies
The Regge pole plus cut model has been used to explain the data at the collider energies √
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