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{\Lambda}(1520) resonance production with respect to transverse spherocity using EPOS3

@inproceedings{Malik2022Lambda1520RP,
  title={\{\Lambda\}(1520) resonance production with respect to transverse spherocity using EPOS3},
  author={Nasir Mehdi Malik and Sanjeev Singh Sambyal},
  year={2022}
}
Resonances are sensitive to the properties of the medium created in heavy ion collision. They also provide insight into the properties of the hadronic phase. Studying the dependence of the yield of resonances on transverse spherocity and multiplicity allows us to understand the resonance production mechanism with event topology and system size, respectively. The results reported pertains to Λ ( 1520 ) . The data from EPOS3 is used for the present analysis. 

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