Regular Article - Experimental Physics
Possible influence of the two string events on the hadron formation in a nuclear environment
Yerevan Physics Institute, Br. Alikhanian 2, 375036, Yerevan, Armenia
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Revised: 13 August 2007
Published online: 20 October 2007
One of the basic assumptions of the string model is that as a result of a DIS in nucleus a single string arises, which then breaks into hadrons. However the pomeron exchange considered in this work, leads to the production of two strings in the one event. The hadrons produced in these events have smaller formation lengths, than those with the same energy produced in the single string events. As a consequence, they undergo more substantial absorption in the nuclear matter.
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