Azimuthally sensitive correlations in nucleus-nucleus collisions

Borghini N, Ollitrault JY (2004)
Physical Review C 70(6).

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We define a set of model-independent observables which generally characterize the azimuthal dependence of two-particle correlations in nucleus-nucleus collisions. We explain how they can be analyzed, and show to what extent such analyses are model dependent. We discuss specific applications to the anisotropic flow of decaying particles, azimuthally sensitive Hanbury-Brown Twiss interferometry, and correlations between particles at large transverse momentum. A quantitative prediction is made for jet quenching with respect to the reaction plane.
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Borghini N, Ollitrault JY. Azimuthally sensitive correlations in nucleus-nucleus collisions. Physical Review C. 2004;70(6).
Borghini, N., & Ollitrault, J. Y. (2004). Azimuthally sensitive correlations in nucleus-nucleus collisions. Physical Review C, 70(6). doi:10.1103/PhysRevC.70.064905
Borghini, N., and Ollitrault, J. Y. (2004). Azimuthally sensitive correlations in nucleus-nucleus collisions. Physical Review C 70.
Borghini, N., & Ollitrault, J.Y., 2004. Azimuthally sensitive correlations in nucleus-nucleus collisions. Physical Review C, 70(6).
N. Borghini and J.Y. Ollitrault, “Azimuthally sensitive correlations in nucleus-nucleus collisions”, Physical Review C, vol. 70, 2004.
Borghini, N., Ollitrault, J.Y.: Azimuthally sensitive correlations in nucleus-nucleus collisions. Physical Review C. 70, (2004).
Borghini, Nicolas, and Ollitrault, JY. “Azimuthally sensitive correlations in nucleus-nucleus collisions”. Physical Review C 70.6 (2004).

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