Cascade polarization plots
Updated February 7, 2007
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Fig.1. Reconstructed cascade mass from data for various Analysis (AnM) and Rotational Magnet (RoM) conditions, before (solid line) and after (dashed line) the application of the analysis cuts.


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Fig.2. Momentum spectra for reconstructed cascades (smooth curve) and anticascades (histogram). These spectra include the effects of spectrometer acceptance, trigger bias, and analysis cuts.


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Fig.3. Normalized direction cosine distributions f+ (RoM > 0/RoM < 0) in x, y, z directions for Cascade^{0}>Lambda pi^{0} decays, on the left. Histogram and dots represent the f+ and f distributions respectively. Graphs on the right, show the ratio R(cos theta_k). Error bars are statistical only.


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Fig.4. Normalized direction cosine distributions f+ in x, y, z for Cascadebar^{0}>Lambdabar pi^{0} decays, on the left. Histogram is the f+ and dots represent the f distribution. Graphs on the right, show the ratio R(cos theta_k). Error bars are statistical only.


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Fig.5. Cascade^{0} and Cascadebar^{0} polarization versus production transverse momentum pt. For comparison, Cascade^{0} data [4] from 400 GeV/c and Lambda data [9] from 800 GeV/c are also shown.
