Unique prediction for high-energy J/psi photoproduction: Color transparency and saturation

Schildknecht D (2017)
Physics Letters B 769: 166-170.

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Based on the color-dipole picture, we present a successful parameter-free prediction for the recent high-energy J/psi photoproduction data from the Large Hadron Collider. The experimental data provide empirical evidence for the transition from color transparency to saturation. (C) 2017 The Author(s). Published by Elsevier B.V.
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Schildknecht D. Unique prediction for high-energy J/psi photoproduction: Color transparency and saturation. Physics Letters B. 2017;769:166-170.
Schildknecht, D. (2017). Unique prediction for high-energy J/psi photoproduction: Color transparency and saturation. Physics Letters B, 769, 166-170. doi:10.1016/j.physletb.2017.03.056
Schildknecht, D. (2017). Unique prediction for high-energy J/psi photoproduction: Color transparency and saturation. Physics Letters B 769, 166-170.
Schildknecht, D., 2017. Unique prediction for high-energy J/psi photoproduction: Color transparency and saturation. Physics Letters B, 769, p 166-170.
D. Schildknecht, “Unique prediction for high-energy J/psi photoproduction: Color transparency and saturation”, Physics Letters B, vol. 769, 2017, pp. 166-170.
Schildknecht, D.: Unique prediction for high-energy J/psi photoproduction: Color transparency and saturation. Physics Letters B. 769, 166-170 (2017).
Schildknecht, Dieter. “Unique prediction for high-energy J/psi photoproduction: Color transparency and saturation”. Physics Letters B 769 (2017): 166-170.
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