Inclusive, semi-exclusive and exclusive nuclear reaction

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Hi all,

What is the difference among inclusive, semi-exclusive and exclusive nuclear reaction?

Thanks
 

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pam
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Inclusive: All final particle variables are summed over (or not measured).
semi-exclusive: The variables of one or sometimes more particles are measured.
exclusive: All final particle variables are measured.
 
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Hi pam,

Thanks a lot for your reply. Would you give me an example showing all these three measurements.
 
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pam
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Inclusive: e+p-->e'+anything
Semi-inclusive (I think this is more commonly used than semi-exclusive.): e+p-->e'+pi+anything
Exclusive: e+p-->e'+p+pi
 

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