- Conference date: 25-30 Aug 1997
- Location: Upton, New York (USA)
Over the last twenty years, it was assumed that the reaction at high energies is dominated by the Regge pole exchange. We show that the new Brookhaven and Serpukhov data on the t distributions for this reaction can be explained within the framework of the Regge pole model only if the Regge pole exchange conspiring with its daughter plays a crucial role. The tentative estimates of the absolute reaction cross section are obtained. The contributions of the one-pion exchange mechanism and the Regge cuts are also estimated.
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