We present measurements of the structure function F-2 in e(+)p scattering at HERA in the range 3.5 GeV2 < Q(2) < 5000 GeV2. A new reconstruction method has allowed a significant improvement in the resolution of the kinematic variables and an extension of the kinematic region covered by the experiment. Ac Q(2) < 35 GeV2 the range in x now spans 6.3 . 10(-5) < x < 0.08 providing overlap with measurements from fixed target experiments. At values of Q(2) above 1000 GeV2 the x range extends to 0.5. Systematic errors below 5% have been achieved for most of the kinematic region. The structure function rises as x decreases; the rise becomes more pronounced as Q(2) increases. The behaviour of the structure function data is well described by next-to-leading order perturbative QCD as implemented in the DGLAP evolution equations. RI Bashkirov, Vladimir/A-4818-2008; De Pasquale, Salvatore/B-9165-2008; Lancaster, Mark/C-1693-2008; Doyle, Anthony/C-5889-2009; Gladilin, Leonid/B-5226-2011; Golubkov, Yury/E-1643-2012

We present measurements of the structure function \Ft\ in e +p scattering at HERA in the range 3.5\Gevsq<\qsd<5000\Gevsq. A new reconstruction method has allowed a significant improvement in the resolution of the kinematic variables and an extension of the kinematic region covered by the experiment. At \qsd<35\Gevsq the range in x now spans 6.3⋅10 −5<x<0.08 providing overlap with measurements from fixed target experiments. At values of Q 2 above 1000 GeV 2 the x range extends to 0.5. Systematic errors below 5\perc\ have been achieved for most of the kinematic region. The structure function rises as \x\ decreases; the rise becomes more pronounced as \qsd\ increases. The behaviour of the structure function data is well described by next-to-leading order perturbative QCD as implemented in the DGLAP evolution equations. RI

Measurement of the F-2 structure function in deep inelastic e(+)p scattering using 1994 data from the ZEUS detector at HERA

CAPUA, Marcella;SCHIOPPA, Marco;TASSI, Enrico;
1996

Abstract

We present measurements of the structure function F-2 in e(+)p scattering at HERA in the range 3.5 GeV2 < Q(2) < 5000 GeV2. A new reconstruction method has allowed a significant improvement in the resolution of the kinematic variables and an extension of the kinematic region covered by the experiment. Ac Q(2) < 35 GeV2 the range in x now spans 6.3 . 10(-5) < x < 0.08 providing overlap with measurements from fixed target experiments. At values of Q(2) above 1000 GeV2 the x range extends to 0.5. Systematic errors below 5% have been achieved for most of the kinematic region. The structure function rises as x decreases; the rise becomes more pronounced as Q(2) increases. The behaviour of the structure function data is well described by next-to-leading order perturbative QCD as implemented in the DGLAP evolution equations. RI Bashkirov, Vladimir/A-4818-2008; De Pasquale, Salvatore/B-9165-2008; Lancaster, Mark/C-1693-2008; Doyle, Anthony/C-5889-2009; Gladilin, Leonid/B-5226-2011; Golubkov, Yury/E-1643-2012
We present measurements of the structure function \Ft\ in e +p scattering at HERA in the range 3.5\Gevsq<\qsd<5000\Gevsq. A new reconstruction method has allowed a significant improvement in the resolution of the kinematic variables and an extension of the kinematic region covered by the experiment. At \qsd<35\Gevsq the range in x now spans 6.3⋅10 −5<x<0.08 providing overlap with measurements from fixed target experiments. At values of Q 2 above 1000 GeV 2 the x range extends to 0.5. Systematic errors below 5\perc\ have been achieved for most of the kinematic region. The structure function rises as \x\ decreases; the rise becomes more pronounced as \qsd\ increases. The behaviour of the structure function data is well described by next-to-leading order perturbative QCD as implemented in the DGLAP evolution equations. RI
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