Regular Article - Theoretical Physics
On the “Froissaron-maximal Odderon” model
A. A. Logunov Institute for High Energy Physics, NRC KI, Protvino, Russian Federation
Accepted: 21 July 2021
Published online: 30 July 2021
We analyse the basic premises of the “Froissaron-maximal Odderon” (FMO) model which was claimed to be “the only existing model which describes the totality of experimental data”. It is shown that the FMO model suffers from serious theoretical flaws while its quality of the data description is such that the probability that it describes the selected set of data is not satisfactory enough.
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