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Title: Strangeness suppression and recombination effect in large-transverse-momentum-dependent quark statistics
Authors: Chew, C.K. 
Liang, T.Y. 
Keywords: 12.40 - Models of strong interactions
Issue Date: May-1985
Citation: Chew, C.K., Liang, T.Y. (1985-05). Strangeness suppression and recombination effect in large-transverse-momentum-dependent quark statistics. Il Nuovo Cimento A 87 (1) : 75-87. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The quark statistics has successfully described the variation of the ratios π±/p, K±/p and {Mathematical expression} with energy purely statistically and the variation of π-/π+, K-/K+ and {Mathematical expression} with large p T by means of the leading-quark effect. This model is now further enhanced by the p T-dependent strangeness suppression mechanism and recombination effect, so that the characteristics exhibited by the ratios K+/π+, K-/π-, φ{symbol}/π-, p/π+ and {Mathematical expression} could be studied phenomenologically. © 1985 Società Italiana di Fisica.
Source Title: Il Nuovo Cimento A
ISSN: 03693546
DOI: 10.1007/BF02902664
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