Choice of colliding beams to study deformation effects in relativistic heavy ion collisions

@article{Gupta2000ChoiceOC,
  title={Choice of colliding beams to study deformation effects in relativistic heavy ion collisions},
  author={Subal Das Gupta and Charles Gale},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2000},
  volume={62}
}
It has been suggested that collisions between deformed shapes will lead to interesting effects on various observables such as K production and elliptic flow. Simple formulae can be written down which show how to choose the colliding beams which will maximise the effects of deformation. 
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