STAR Collaboration,10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2006.07.017,Nuclear Physics A,B. I. Abelev,J. Adams,M. M. Aggarwal,Z. Ahammed,J. Amonett,B.D. Anderson,M. Ander

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B. I. Abelev, J. Adams, M. M. Aggarwal, Z. Ahammed, J. Amonett, B.D. Anderson, M. Anderson, D. Arkhipkin, G.S. Averichev, Y. Bai, J. Balewski, O. Barannikovahttp://academic.research.microsoft.com/io.ashx?type=5&id=18228156&selfId1=0&selfId2=0&maxNumber=12&query=
Journal: Nuclear Physics A - NUCL PHYS A , vol. 774, pp. 956-958, 2006
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    • ...In the case of the RHIC simulation, the result for � ρ� is somewhat higher than the experimental value of 75 GeV quoted by the STAR collaboration [22, 23], however this is probably in part due to limited tracking efficiencies at low pt at STAR, 8 and explicit STAR [41] and PHENIX [42] results for dEt /dη correspond to somewhat higher ρ values, about 90 GeV...

    Matteo Cacciariet al. Jet reconstruction in heavy ion collisions

    • ...small. The values obtained in pp collisions are lower than those for central Au+Au reactions at √ s = 200 GeV [32]...
    • ...In a similar study by the STAR Collaboration the yields have been normalized to NSD collisions [32]...
    • ...STAR and the PHENIX Collaborations [32, 33]) and pp reactions at √ s = 900 GeV [31 ]( open squares)...
    • ...in pp (full symbols, [32, 34, 35]) and in pp (open symbols, [36–38]) collisions...
    • ...Fig. 16 (Color online) Ratios (K + + K − )/(π + + π − )a nd K 0 /π as a function of √ s .D ata (full symbols) are from pp collisions, (at √ s = 17.9 GeV by NA49 [34, 35], at √ s = 200 GeV by STAR [32] and at √ s = 900 ALICE, present work) and (open symbols) from pp interaction (at √ s = 560 GeV by UA5 [37] and at the TEVATRON by...
    • ...The upper panel of Fig. 18 shows the pt-dependence of the K/π and also the measurements by the E735 [36] and STAR Collaborations [32]...
    • ...E735 Collaboration [36] and the STAR Collaboration [32 ]( upper part) and from the PHENIX Collaboration [41 ]( lower part) also are given...

    K. Aamodtet al. Production of pions, kaons and protons in pp collisions at with ALICE ...

    • ...energies [28] and alternatively referred to as the Tsallis function [29 ], is shown to be useful when thepT range is wide: it includes both an exponential shape for low pT (which can be characterized by an inverse slope parameter T ) and a power law component (governed by the power parameter n )f or the higher pT region...
    • ...Using the particle integrated yields presented in this paper along with the yields of charged π , K, p and p[ 16] and the measured p/p ratio [23], a comparison with STAR feed-down corrected particle ratios at √ s =0 .2 TeV [28 ]i s...
    • ...Figure 20 reports ALICE � pT� measurements along with those of the STAR experiment [28, 32]...
    • ...CDF [35] and ALICE Collaborations for INEL events, and by the STAR [28] Collaboration for NSD events...
    • ...STAR results are taken from [28], CDF ones and yield values with “ ∗ " are from [35]...
    • ...Table 8 The (� + � ) mean transverse momentum and yields for NSD events and different √ s. STAR results are from [28] and UA5 results are...
    • ...) mean transverse momentum and yields for NSD events and different √ s. STAR results are from [28] and UA5 results...
    • ...formed with the ALICE experiment [16, 23] and compared with STAR values for pp collisions at √ s =0 .2 TeV [28]...
    • ...pp collisions at 200 GeV measured by STAR [28], and the ratios in pp collisions at 630 GeV and 1800 GeV computed with the (� + �) and K 0 spectra published by CDF [41]...
    • ...Fig. 20 � pT� vs. particle mass for the measurements performed with the ALICE experiment and compared with STAR values for pp collisions at √ s =0 .2 TeV [28, 32] and the ISR parameterization [33]...
    • ...The STAR ratio is taken from [28] whereas the CDF and UA1 ratios are computed with the (� + �) and K 0 spectra published in [41 ]a nd [42] respectively...

    K. Aamodtet al. Strange particle production in proton–proton collisions at with ALICE ...

    • ...Among the most interesting observables investigated at RHIC, perhaps, there are the quenching of highpT hadron spectra, expressed through the nuclear modification factor RAA(pT ) [1, 2], and the azimuthal anisotropy of particle emission in the transverse plane, quantified by the elliptic-flow coefficient v2 [3, 4]. The asymptotic value RAA(pT ) ≈ 0.2 found at high pT indicates that the matter created in the heavy-ion collisions is very ...

    W. M. Albericoet al. Heavy-flavour spectra in high-energy nucleus–nucleus collisions

    • ...It directly addresses many of the open questions and long-term goals proposed in STAR white papers [2]...

    L. Ruanet al. Prototype performance of novel muon telescope detector at STAR

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