Prospects for diffractive physics with the CDF forward detectors at the Tevatron

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The Forward Detector upgrade project at CDF is designed to enhance the capabilities for studies of diffractive physics at the Tevatron during Run II. Studies of hard diffraction and very forward physics are some of the topics that can be addressed in the next few years at the Tevatron. The program for diffractive physics, including the detectors and their commissioning, is discussed here. All the detectors have been installed and are presently collecting data.

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others], M. Gallinaro July 9, 2002.

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The Forward Detector upgrade project at CDF is designed to enhance the capabilities for studies of diffractive physics at the Tevatron during Run II. Studies of hard diffraction and very forward physics are some of the topics that can be addressed in the next few years at the Tevatron. The program for diffractive physics, including the detectors and their commissioning, is discussed here. All the detectors have been installed and are presently collecting data.

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  • AFEX International School on High-Energy Physics (LISHEP 2002), Session C: Workshop on Diffractive Physics, Rio de Janeiro (BR), 02/04/2002--02/08/2002

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others], M. Gallinaro. Prospects for diffractive physics with the CDF forward detectors at the Tevatron, article, July 9, 2002; Batavia, Illinois. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc734904/: accessed August 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.