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Výbor pro spolupráci ČR se Spojeným ústavem jaderných výzkumů Dubna Přihlášení
Measurement of two-particle correlations with respect to second- and third-order event planes in Au plus Au collisions at root s(NN)=200 GeV

Autor
Finger Miroslav, prof. Ing. DrSc. Matematicko-fyzikální fakulta UK v Praze
Finger Michael, M.Sc. CSc. Matematicko-fyzikální fakulta UK v Praze, SÚJV Dubna
et al.  různé instituce

Rok
2019

Časopis
PHYSICAL REVIEW C 99 (5) 054903

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We present measurements of azimuthal correlations of charged hadron pairs in root s(NN) = 200 GeV Au + Au collisions for the trigger and associated particle transverse-momentum ranges of 1 < p(T)(t) < 10 GeV/c and 0.5 < p(T)(a) < 10 GeV/c. After subtraction of an underlying event using a model that includes higher-order azimuthal anisotropy v(2), v(3,) and v(4), the away-side yield of the highest trigger-p(T)(p(T)(t) > 4 GeV/c) correlations is suppressed compared with that of correlations measured in p + p collisions. At the lowest associated particle p(T)(0.5 < p(T)(a) < 1 GeV/c), the away-side shape and yield are modified relative to those in p + p collisions. These observations are consistent with the scenario of radiative-jet energy loss. For the low-p(T) trigger correlations (2 < p(T)(t) < 4 GeV/c), a finite away-side yield exists and we explore the dependence of the shape of the away-side within the context of an underlying-event model. Correlations are also studied differentially versus event-plane angle Psi(2) and Psi(3). The angular correlations show an asymmetry when selecting the sign of the difference between the trigger-particle azimuthal angle and the Psi(2) event plane. This asymmetry and the measured suppression of the pair yield out-of-plane is consistent with a path-length-dependent energy loss. No Psi(3) dependence can be resolved within experimental uncertainties.

Příklad citace článku:
M. Finger, M. Finger, . et al., "Measurement of two-particle correlations with respect to second- and third-order event planes in Au plus Au collisions at root s(NN)=200 GeV ", PHYSICAL REVIEW C 99 (5) 054903 (2019)