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A new class of 3D anisotropic analytic solutions of relativistic hydrodynamics with constant pressure is found. We analyze, in particular, solutions corresponding to ellipsoidally symmetric expansion of finite systems into vacuum. They can be utilized for relativistic description of the system...
Lithium forward elastic scattering is investigated as an additional method for Z<11 multielemental analysis in human amniotic fluid (AF). Concentrations of C and O are obtained from the analysis of an AF sample that is diluted with distilled water, deposited on a formvar backing and dried...
We look at multiparticle production processes from the Information Theory point of view, both in its extensive and nonextensive versions. Examples of both symmetric (like pp or AA) and asymmetric (like pA) collisions are considered showing that some ways of description of experimental data used...
We propose a novel numerical method of modeling Bose-Einstein correlations (BEC) observed among identical (bosonic) particles produced in multiparticle production reactions. We argue that the most natural approach is to work directly in the momentum space in which the Bose statistics of...
The L3 data on Bose-Einstein correlations of equally charged pion pairs produced in hadronic Z decays are analyzed in terms of various parametrizations. Preliminary results are presented here.
The capabilities of the CMS detector are shown and its Heavy Ion program is outlined.
We have used a simple model based on the rotational energy formula E(I, K) to study the structure of the superdeformed (SD) mass region 60–90. The higher order inertial parameters A and B of such model were determined by using the Marquardt method of nonlinear least-squares routines to fit the...
π+-nucleus scattering cross section are calculated by solving a Schrödinger equation reduced from the Klein-Gordon equation. Local potentials are assumed, and phenomenological potential parameters are searched energy dependently for π+ scattering from 12C, 40Ca, and 208Pb to reproduce not only...
We present baseline calculations of initial-state shadowing and finalstate absorption effects on J/Ψ production in nucleus-nucleus collisions at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider. We show predictions for Au+Au and Cu+Cu collisions at √S
=200 GeV and Cu+Cu collisions at √S
=62 GeV as a...
Results from the data obtained in the first physics run of the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) have shown surprisingly large elliptic flow and surprisingly small HBT radii. The present work shows that a thermal model + hadronic rescattering calculation can explain both elliptic flow and...
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