Anomalous centrality evolution of two-particle angular correlations from Au-Au collisions at √sNN=62 and 200 GeV

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  title={Anomalous centrality evolution of two-particle angular correlations from Au-Au collisions at √sNN=62 and 200 GeV},
  author={Star Collaboration G. Agakishiev and Madan Mohan Aggarwal and Zubayer Ahammed and A. V. Alakhverdyants and I. G. Alekseev and J. L. Alford and Bryon D. Anderson and Christopher Daniel Anson and D. A. Arkhipkin and G. S. Averichev and Jan Balewski and D. R. Beavis and Rene Bellwied and Michael Joseph Betancourt and Russell Richard Betts and Anju Bhasin and Ashok Kumar Bhati and Hans. Bichsel and Jaroslav Bielcik and J. Biel{\vc}{\'i}kov{\'a} and Leslie Bland and I. G. Bordyuzhin and W. Borowski and Jonathan Bouchet and Ermes Braidot and A. V. Brandin and Samantha Brovko and Elena Bruna and Stephen L. Bueltmann and I. Zh. Bunzarov and Thomas Burton and X. Z. Cai and Helen Caines and Manuel Calderon and Daniel Cebra and Ramon Cendejas and Matthew Clare Cervantes and Petr Chaloupka and Sukalyan Chattopadhyay and Hong Fang Chen and Jeffrey H. Chen and Jun Yu Chen and Liyi Chen and J. Cheng and Michael Gerard Cherney and Alexei Chikanian and William Christie and P. Chung and M. J. M. Codrington and Ross Cameron Corliss and J. G. Jr. Cramer and Henry J. Crawford and Xingzhu Cui and A. Davila Leyva and L. C. De Silva and Ramiro Debbe and Tatiana Grigoryevna Dedovich and Jun Deng and A. A. Derevschikov and Rafael Derradi de Souza and Larysa Didenko and Pibero Kisa Djawotho and X. Dong and James Drachenberg and James E. Draper and C. M. Du and John Charles Dunlop and L. G. Efimov and Muhammad Elnimr and J. M. Engelage and Geary W. Eppley and Magali Danielle Estienne and Len K Eun and O. Evdokimov and Renee Fat{\'e}mi and J{\'a}n Fedori{\vs}in and R. G. Fersch and Peter Filip and Evan Finch and Valery Fine and Yuri V. Fisyak and Carl A. Gagliardi and Dhevan Raja Gangadharan and Frank J. M. Geurts and Premomoy Ghosh and Yu. N. Gorbunov and Ascelin Gordon and O. G. Grebenyuk and David Grosnick and Anoop Gupta and S. K. Gupta and Włodek Guryn and B. A. Haag and Olga H{\'a}jkov{\'a} and Ahmed M. Hamed and L-X. Han and J. W. Harris and J. P. Hays-Wehle and Samuel Heppelmann and Andrew S. Hirsch and Gerald W Hoffmann and D. J. Hofman and B. Huang and H. Z. Huang and Thomas J. Humanic and Lei Huo and George J. Igo and William W. Jacobs and Chitrasen Jena and J. M. Joseph and Eleanor G. Judd and Sonja Kabana and Ke-jun Kang and Jan Kapit{\'a}n and K. Kauder and Hongwei Ke and Declan Keane and A. O. Kechechyan and David T. Kettler and Daniel Kikola and Joanna Kiryluk and Adam Kisiel and Valeriy A. Kizka and Spencer R. Klein and Donald D. Koetke and Thorsten Sven Kollegger and Joshua Konzer and I. Koralt and L. I. Koroleva and Wolfgang Korsch and Leonid M. Kotchenda and P. Kravtsov and K. W. Krueger and L. Kumar and M. A. C. Lamont and J. M. Landgraf and Sarah Lapointe and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Lauret and Andrey Lebedev and Richard Lednick{\'y} and J. S. H. Lee and W. A. Leight and Michael J. Levine and Chuanliang Li and Lei-Bo Li and Wen-hui Li and Xiaoguang Li and Yiping Li and Z. M. 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Panebratsev and Tomasz Jan Pawlak and Hua Pei and Thomas Peitzmann and Chris Perkins and W. Peryt and Philip H. Pile and Mirko Planini{\'c} and Jan Marian Pluta and Donika Plyku and N. Poljak and J. Porter and Christopher Beresford Powell and Duncan J. Prindle and Claude A. Pruneau and Navneet Kumar Pruthi and Prabhat Ranjan Pujahari and Jorn Henning Putschke and Hao Qiu and R. Raniwala and Sudhir Raniwala and Rajarshi Ray and Robert P. Redwine and Rosi Jan Reed and Hans Georg Ritter and J. Brent Roberts and O. V. Rogachevskiy and Jos{\'e} Luis Romero and Li-juan Ruan and John Joseph Rusnak and Niladribihari Sahoo and Iwona Sakrejda and S. Salur and Jack H. Sandweiss and Evan W. Sangaline and A. Sarkar and Joachim J Schambach and Rolf Paul Scharenberg and J{\"u}rgen Schaub and Alexander Schmah and Norbert Schmitz and Tim Robin Schuster and Jens-Christian Seele and Janet Seger and Ilya Selyuzhenkov and Peter Seyboth and Neha Shah and E. I. Shahaliev and Ming Shao and M. K. 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Underwood and Gene van Buren and Gerrit Jan van Nieuwenhuizen and J. A. Vanfossen and Jr. and Raghava Varma and G. M. S. Vasconcelos and Andrey Vasiliev and Flemming Videbaek and Yogendra Pathak Viyogi and S. Vok{\'a}l and M Wada and Mark Walker and F Wang and G Wang and H. W. Wang and Ji Wang and Q. N. Wang and Xi Liang Wang and Y. Wang and Grant Webb and Jason C. Webb and Gary D. Westfall and Charles A. Whitten and Howard Henry Wieman and Scott W. Wissink and Richard Witt and W. Witzke and Yuanfang Wu and Z. G. Xiao and Wei Xie and H. Xu and Nu Xu and Q Xu and W. Xu and Y. Xu and Z. Xu and Liang Xue and Ying Yang and Pablo P. Yepes and Kin Yip and I.-K. Yoo and Marcin Zawisza and Hanna Paulina Zbroszczyk and W. Zhan and Ji Zhang and S. H. Zhang and W. M. Zhang and Xiang Zhang and Yao Xuan Zhang and Zhong-Chao Zhang and F-J. Zhao and J. Zhao and Chao Zhong and X. L. Zhu and Y. H. Zhu and Y. Zoulkarneeva},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2012},
  volume={86},
  pages={064902}
}
We present two-dimensional (2D) two-particle angular correlations measured with the STAR detector on relative pseudorapidity eta and azimuth phi for charged particles from Au-Au collisions at root s(NN) = 62 and 200 GeV with transverse momentum p(t) >= 0.15 GeV/c, vertical bar eta vertical bar <= 1, and 2 pi in azimuth. Observed correlations include a same-side (relative azimuth <pi/2) 2D peak, a closely related away-side azimuth dipole, and an azimuth quadrupole conventionally associated with… Expand
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