Dilepton emission in high-energy heavy-ion collisions with viscous hydrodynamics

@article{Vujanovic2014DileptonEI,
  title={Dilepton emission in high-energy heavy-ion collisions with viscous hydrodynamics},
  author={Gojko Vujanovic and Clint Young and Bjoern Schenke and Ralf Rapp and Sangyong Jeon and Charles Gale},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2014},
  volume={89},
  pages={034904}
}
The invariant mass spectrum and the elliptic flow of lepton pairs produced in relativistic heavy-ion collisions at RHIC are studied with viscous hydrodynamics. The effects of viscous corrections on dilepton observables are explored. The lepton pairs originating from charm quarks evolving in the viscous background are seen to be a good probe of quark energy loss and gain, as quantified by the dilepton spectrum and by the dilepton elliptic flow. 

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