The measurements were done using a bremsstrahlung photon beam. Most of the data were taken with a hydrogen target, but some deuterium data were also taken. The hydrogen data is presented in both integral and bremsstrahlung subtracted form, while the deuterium data is given only in integral form. A fit was done on the hydrogen target integral data. These results have been studied in terms of the predictions of dimensional counting theories. The data is found to be quite well described with a function involving powers of PT and (1-XR). The correspondence principle of Bjorken and Kogut is applied to this data. The energy dependence of the inclusive data, when extrapolated to the exclusive limit, is found to be similar, though somewhat steeper than that measured in exclusive photoproduction.
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- Photon Beams;
- Particle Accelerator Targets;
- Atomic and Molecular Physics