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Trento July 2-6, 2006. Single spin asymmetries in pp scattering. _. Piet Mulders. [email protected] Content. Single Spin Asymmetries (SSA) in pp scattering Introduction: what are we after? SSA and time reversal invariance Transverse momentum dependence (TMD)

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Single spin asymmetries in pp scattering

Trento

July 2-6, 2006

Single spin asymmetries in pp scattering

_

Piet Mulders

[email protected]


Content

Content

Single Spin Asymmetries (SSA) in pp scattering

  • Introduction: what are we after?

  • SSA and time reversal invariance

  • Transverse momentum dependence (TMD)

    Through TMD distribution and fragmentation functions totransverse momentsandgluonic poles

  • Electroweak processes (SIDIS, Drell-Yan and annihilation)

  • Hadron-hadron scattering processes

  • Gluonic pole cross sections

  • What can pp add?

  • Conclusions

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Introduction what are we after the partonic structure of hadrons

Introduction: what are we after?The partonic structure of hadrons

For (semi-)inclusive measurements, cross sections in hard scattering processes factorize into a hard squared amplitude and distribution and fragmentation functions entering in forward matrix elements of nonlocal combinations of quark and gluon field operators (f y or G)

lightcone

TMD

lightfront

FF


The partonic structure of hadrons

pictures?

appendix

The partonic structure of hadrons

  • Quark distribution functions (DF) and fragmentation functions (FF)

    • unpolarized

      q(x) = f1q(x) and D(z) = D1(z)

    • Polarization/polarimetry

      Dq(x) = g1q(x) and dq(x) = h1q(x)

    • Azimuthal asymmetries

      g1T(x,pT) and h1L(x,pT)

    • Single spin asymmetries

      h1(x,pT) and f1T(x,pT); H1(z,kT) and D1T(z,kT)

  • Form factors

  • Generalized parton distributions

FORWARD

matrix elements

x section

one hadron in inclusive or semi-inclusive scattering

NONLOCAL

lightcone

NONLOCAL

lightfront

OFF-FORWARD

Amplitude

Exclusive

LOCAL

NONLOCAL

lightcone


Ssa and time reversal invariance

SSA and time reversal invariance

  • QCD is invariant under time reversal (T)

  • Single spin asymmetries (SSA) are T-odd observables, but they are not forbidden!

  • For distribution functions a simple distinction between T-even and T-odd DF’s can be made

    • Plane wave states (DF) are T-invariant

    • Operator combinations can be classified according to their T-behavior (T-even or T-odd)

  • Single spin asymmetries involve an odd number (i.e. at least one) of T-odd function(s)

  • The hard process at tree-level is T-even; higher order as is required to get T-odd contributions

  • Leading T-odd distribution functions are TMD functions


Intrinsic transverse momenta

f2 - f1

K1

df

K2

pp-scattering

Intrinsic transverse momenta

  • In a hard process one probes partons (quarks and gluons)

  • Momenta fixed by kinematics (external momenta)

    DISx = xB = Q2/2P.q

    SIDIS z = zh = P.Kh/P.q

  • Also possible for transverse momenta

    SIDIS qT = kT – pT

    = q + xBP – Kh/zh-Kh/zh

    2-particle inclusive hadron-hadron scattering

    qT = p1T + p2T – k1T – k2T

    = K1/z1+ K2/z2- x1P1- x2P2 K1/z1+ K2/z2

  • Sensitivity for transverse momenta requires 3 momenta

    SIDIS: g* + H  h + X

    DY: H1 + H2  g* + X

    e+e-: g*  h1 + h2 + X

    hadronproduction: H1 + H2  h + X

     h1 + h2 + X

p x P + pT

k z-1 K + kT


Tmd correlation functions unpolarized hadrons

In collinear cross section

In azimuthal asymmetries

Transverse moment

pictures?

TMD correlation functions (unpolarized hadrons)

quark correlator

F(x, pT)

  • T-odd

  • Transversely

  • polarized quarks


Color gauge invariance

Color gauge invariance

  • Nonlocal combinations of colored fields must be joined by a gauge link:

  • Gauge link structure is calculated from collinear A.n gluons exchanged between soft and hard part

  • Link structure for TMD functions

    depends on the hard process!

DIS  F[U]

SIDIS  F[U+] =F[+]

DY  F[U-] = F[-]


Integrating f x p t f x

Integrating F[±](x,pT)  F[±](x)

collinear correlator


Integrating f x p t f a x

transverse moment

FG(p,p-p1)

T-even

T-odd

Integrating F[±](x,pT)  Fa[±](x)


Gluonic poles

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What about other hard processes (e.g. pp and pp scattering)?

Gluonic poles

  • Thus

    F[±]a(x) = Fa(x) + CG[±]pFGa(x,x)

  • CG[±] = ±1

  • with universal functions in gluonic pole m.e. (T-odd for distributions)

  • There is only one function h1(1)(x) [Boer-Mulders] and (for transversely polarized hadrons) only onefunction f1T(1)(x) [Sivers] contained in pFG

  • These functions appear with a process-dependent sign

  • Situation for FF is (maybe) more complicated because there are no T-constraints

Efremov and Teryaev 1982; Qiu and Sterman 1991

Boer, Mulders, Pijlman, NPB 667 (2003) 201

Metz and Collins 2005


Other hard processes

C. Bomhof, P.J. Mulders and F. Pijlman, PLB 596 (2004) 277

Link structure for fields in correlator 1

Other hard processes

  • qq-scattering as hard subprocess

  • insertions of gluons collinear with parton 1 are possible at many places

  • this leads for ‘external’ parton fields to a gauge link to lightcone infinity


Other hard processes1

C. Bomhof, P.J. Mulders and F. Pijlman, PLB 596 (2004) 277

Other hard processes

  • qq-scattering as hard subprocess

  • insertions of gluons collinear with parton 1 are possible at many places

  • this leads for ‘external’ parton fields to a gauge link to lightcone infinity

  • The correlator F(x,pT) enters for each contributing term in squared amplitude with specific link

U□ = U+U-†

F[Tr(U□)U+](x,pT)

F[U□U+](x,pT)


Gluonic pole cross sections

Gluonic pole cross sections

  • Thus

    F[U]a(x) = Fa(x) + CG[U]pFGa(x,x)

  • CG[U±] = ±1

    CG[U□U+] = 3, CG[Tr(U□)U+] = Nc

  • with the same uniquely defined functions in gluonic pole matrix elements (T-odd for distributions)


Examples qq qq

Bacchetta, Bomhof, Pijlman, Mulders, PRD 72 (2005) 034030; hep-ph/0505268

D1

CG [D1]

= CG [D2]

D2

D3

CG [D3]

= CG [D4]

D4

examples: qqqq


Gluonic pole cross sections1

(gluonic pole cross section)

y

Gluonic pole cross sections

  • In order to absorb the factors CG[U], one can define specific hard cross sections for gluonic poles (which will appear with the functions in transverse moments)

  • for pp:

    etc.

  • for SIDIS:

    for DY:

  • Similarly for gluon processes

Bomhof, Mulders, Pijlman, EPJ; hep-ph/0601171


Examples qq qq1

D1

For Nc:

CG [D1] -1

(color flow as DY)

examples: qqqq


Conclusions

end

Conclusions

  • Single spin asymmetries in hard processes can exist

  • They are T-odd observables, which can be described in terms of T-odd distribution and fragmentation functions

  • For distribution functions the T-odd functions appear in gluonic pole matrix elements

  • Gluonic pole matrix elements are part of the transverse moments appearing in azimuthal asymmetries

  • Their strength is related to path of color gauge link in TMD DFs which may differ per term contributing to the hard process

  • The gluonic pole contributions can be written as a folding of universal (soft) DF/FF and gluonic pole cross sections

Belitsky, Ji, Yuan, NPB 656 (2003) 165

Boer, Mulders, Pijlman, NPB 667 (2003) 201

Bacchetta, Bomhof, Pijlman, Mulders, PRD 72 (2005) 034030

Bomhof, Mulders, Pijlman, EPJ; hep-ph/0601171

Eguchi, Koike, Tanaka, hep-ph/0604003

Ji, Qiu, Vogelsang, Yuan, hep-ph/0604023


Local forward and off forward

D

P

P’

Local – forward and off-forward

Local operators (coordinate space densities):

Form factors

Static properties:

Examples:

(axial) charge

mass

spin

magnetic moment

angular momentum


Nonlocal forward

Nonlocal - forward

Nonlocal forward operators (correlators):

Specifically useful: ‘squares’

Selectivity at high energies: q = p

Momentum space densities of f-ons:

Sum rules  form factors


Nonlocal off forward

Nonlocal – off-forward

Nonlocal off-forward operators (correlators AND densities):

Selectivity q = p

Sum rules  form factors

GPD’s

b

Forward limit  correlators


Caveat

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Caveat

  • We study forward matrix elements, including transverse momentum dependence (TMD), i.e. f(p||,pT) with enhanced nonlocal sensitivity!

  • This is not a measurement of orbital angular momentum (OAM). Direct measurement of OAM requires off-forward matrix elements, i.e. GPD’s.

  • One may at best make statements like:

    linear pT dependence  nonzero OAM

    no linear pT dependence  no OAM


Interpretation

unpolarized

hadrons

back

Interpretation

unpolarized quark

distribution

need pT

T-odd

helicity or chirality

distribution

need pT

T-odd

need pT

transverse spin distr.

or transversity

need pT

need pT


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