# CERN Accelerating science

The Preprints collection aims to cover as far as possible all the grey literature in particle physics and its related technologies. The collection contains something like 400,000 documents, out of which about 50% can be accessed electronically. The documents originate from a variety of institutes all over the world. The collection, currently available, starts in 1979 and it has a full coverage of the arXiv.org e-Print archive since its beginning in 1991.

# Preprints

2015-01-30
14:46
 Measurements of the $\Upsilon(1\mathrm{S})$, $\Upsilon(2\mathrm{S})$, and $\Upsilon(3\mathrm{S})$ differential cross sections in pp collisions at $\sqrt{s}$ = 7 TeV Differential cross sections as a function of transverse momentum $p_\mathrm{T}$ are presented for the production of $\Upsilon(n\mathrm{S})$ ($n$ = 1, 2, 3) states decaying into a pair of muons. [...] CERN-PH-EP-2015-007 ; CMS-BPH-12-006-003. - 2015. Additional information for the analysis - CMS AuthorList - Fulltext

2015-01-30
08:58
 Energy deposition studies for the LBNE beam absorber / Rakhno, Igor L (Fermilab) ; Mokhov, Nikolai V (Fermilab) ; Tropin, Igor S (Fermilab) Results of detailed Monte Carlo energy deposition studies performed for the LBNE absorber core and the surrounding shielding with the MARS15 code are described. [...] arXiv:1501.07581 ; FERMILAB-CONF-14-172-APC. - 2015. Preprint

2015-01-30
08:58
 Can particles with strength-dependent masses form dark matter of galaxies? / Majernik, V The basic idea in this Letter is the assumption that masses of the galactic constituents (particles of short-living fluctuations) may be functions of strength of the gravitational field. [...] arXiv:1501.07574. - 2015. - 7 p. Preprint

2015-01-30
08:58
 Two restrictions in the theories that include $G(t)$ and $c(t)$ varying with time / Alfonso, Màrius Josep Fullana i ; Alfonso-Faus, Antonio Much work has been done taking into account the possibility that the gravitational {\it constant} $G$ may vary with cosmological time $t$ (or with the cosmological scale factor $a(t)$) [...] arXiv:1501.07573. - 2015. - 8 p. Preprint

2015-01-30
08:58
 Stability of 2-body orbits in retarded gravitation theory (RGT) / Raju, C K The recently formulated retarded gravitation theory (RGT) explains the non-Newtonian velocities of stars in spiral galaxies, *without any new hypothesis*, and may hence be tested even in the laboratory. [...] arXiv:1501.07572. - 2015. Preprint

2015-01-30
08:58
 Testing Results of the Prototype Beam Absorber for the PXIE MEBT / Baffes, Curtis (Fermilab) ; Shemyakin, Alexander (Fermilab) One of the goals of the PXIE program at Fermilab is to demonstrate the capability to form an arbitrary bunch pattern from an initially CW 162.5 MHz H^{-} bunch train coming out of an RFQ. [...] arXiv:1501.07568 ; FERMILAB-CONF-14-168-AD. - 2015. Preprint

2015-01-30
08:58
 Atom interferometer phase in the presence of proof mass / Dubetsky, B This is presented the justification of the expression for the atom interferometer phase in the presence of proof mass used in arXiv:1407.7287. [...] arXiv:1501.07567. - 2015. - 13 p. Preprint

2015-01-30
08:58
 Numerical calculation of the transport coefficients in thermal plasmas / Mahfouf, Ali (LAEPT) ; André, Pascal (LAEPT) ; Faure, Géraldine (LAEPT) -We have performed a new efficient method to calculate numerically the transport coefficients at high temperature. [...] arXiv:1501.07554. - 2015. Preprint

2015-01-30
08:58
 Upper-division student difficulties with the Dirac delta function / Wilcox, Bethany R ; Pollock, Steven J The Dirac delta function is a standard mathematical tool that appears repeatedly in the undergraduate physics curriculum in multiple topical areas including electrostatics, and quantum mechanics. [...] arXiv:1501.07490. - 2015. - 9 p. Preprint

2015-01-30
08:58
 Mass Additivity and A Priori Entailment / McQueen, Kelvin J The principle of mass additivity states that the mass of a composite object is the sum of the masses of its elementary components. [...] arXiv:1501.07489. - 2015. Preprint

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