Definition of Pomeranchuk theorem in English:

Pomeranchuk theorem

(also Pomeranchuk's theorem)


  • A theorem according to which the reaction cross-sections for a particle and for its antiparticle incident on the same target particle should approach the same constant value as the energy of the incident particle is increased.

    Proposed by Pomeranchuk in Zh. éksper. i teoret. Fiziki 34(1958) 725.


1960s; earliest use found in The Physical Review.