### Table 1 Electron storage ring parameters nominal electron energy 8 MeV number of electrons in the bunch

### TABLE VII. Variation in the tted MW and MZ (in MeV) for the forward electron sample due to variation in the model input parameters by the respective uncertainties.

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### TABLE VIII. Variation in the tted MW and MZ (in MeV) for the central electron sample due to variation in the model input parameters by the respective uncertainties.

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### Table 1: Charged pions as fake electrons candidates: comparison between test beam data and Monte Carlo simulations (GEANT), which include the large Nuclear Counter Effect observed during these test runs (450 MeV)

in Nuclear Counter Effect and Pion-Electron misidentification. Simulations and 1998 test beam results

"... In PAGE 9: ...2, as the electron data do not show a tail. Table1 summarizes the test beam results and the GEANT simulations with a 450 GeV Nuclear Counter Effect. By comparing simulations and data in the E3x3/pi-region between 0.... ..."

### TABLE II. Limits to MS in TeV from (a) photon-photon annihilation, (b) electron-positron annihilation, (c) gravi-Compton-Primako scattering, (d) gravi-bremsstrahlung and (e) nu- cleon-nucleon bremsstrahlung. The numbers in brackets correspond to the supernova temper- ature range TSN = 20 ? 60 MeV. For \sum quot;, all contributing processes (a,b,e) are included. T30 TSN=30 MeV.

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### Table 1: Turbulent energy density as a fraction of the magnetic energy density needed for acceleration of 10% of the background electrons. to the acceleration within a second in plasmas with density n = 109cm?3 and uniform magnetic elds of 100 and 1000 Gs, respectively. Another factor which a ects fturb is the shape of its spectrum. For a power law distribution (as assumed in PP1) this depends on the index q and the value of kmin. Using the results from PP1 we show the required values of the turbulence with krel min lt; k lt; kth min apos; 1 for several plasma parameters in Table 2. For each energy we use the correspondent value of krel min, the minimum wave number of the waves which are in resonance with the relativistic electron. E, MeV

"... In PAGE 10: ... Using the results presented in Figure 13 we calculate the value for the level of turbulence with k kth min, needed for acceleration of 10% of thermal electrons. Table1 summarizes these results. The amount of turbulence required for further acceleration to higher energies depends on several factors.... In PAGE 11: ... This suggests that the turbulent spectrum could atten at lower k values having a smaller value of spectral index q. Assuming that one half of the turbulent energy is due to the waves with high wave numbers we can give the very conservative estimation of the total level of the plasma turbulence ftot turb by doubling the numbers given in Table1 . The very steep behavior of the curves on Figure 13 suggests that a small increase in the turbulence level will lead to a signi cant increase in the fraction of... ..."

### Table 17. The 1993 experiment performed with the pretzel optics shows an unexpectedly large deviation which contradicts any expectation and was not con rmed in 1994 with the improved polarimeter when running in the same conditions. As all subsequent measurements showed di erences compatible with zero it was decided to use, for 1993 and 1994, the largest possible estimated deviation as the correction with an error equal to the correction (0.3 MeV on centre-of-mass energy). Without pretzel the expected possible deviation is negligible and for 1995 the error has been correspondingly reduced to 0.25 MeV on the centre-of-mass energy and the correction set to zero.

"... In PAGE 43: ... Table17 : Di erence in energy between positron and electron beam as measured during the various years. In 1994 a dedicated positron polarimeter was installed, while in 1993 the measurement was performed with a modi cation of the electron polarimeter.... ..."