# Non-diffractive and non-single-diffractive multiplicity

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I am reading some papers related to the charged-particle multiplicity in pp, pA and AA collisions (at, e.g., ALICE experiment). I see some concepts in those that I don't understand: non-difractive and non-single-diffractive multiplicities. Could anyone please explain those for me?

This post imported from StackExchange Physics at 2017-04-08 22:37 (UTC), posted by SE-user Lê Dũng
asked Mar 30, 2017
retagged Apr 8, 2017

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