Global Polarization of Ξ and Ω Hyperons in Au+Au Collisions at sqrt[s_{NN}]=200  GeV.

  title={Global Polarization of Ξ and $\Omega$ Hyperons in Au+Au Collisions at sqrt[s\_\{NN\}]=200  GeV.},
  author={Jaroslav Adam and Leszek Adamczyk and J. R. Adams and James Kevin Adkins and Geydar Agakishiev and Madan Mohan Aggarwal and Zubayer Ahammed and I. G. Alekseev and D. M. Anderson and Alexey Aparin and Elke C. Aschenauer and Muhammad Usman Ashraf and Fareha Atetalla and Anjali Attri and G. S. Averichev and Vipul Bairathi and Kenneth N. Barish and Arabinda Behera and Rene Bellwied and Anju Bhasin and J. Biel{\vc}{\'i}k and J. Biel{\vc}{\'i}kov{\'a} and Leslie Bland and I. G. Bordyuzhin and James Daniel Brandenburg and A. V. Brandin and Joseph Butterworth and Helen Caines and M. Calder{\'o}n de la Barca S{\'a}nchez and Daniel Cebra and Irakli Chakaberia and Petr Chaloupka and Brian Chan and F-H. Chang and Zilong Chang and Nedialka Chankova-Bunzarova and Arka Chatterjee and D. Chen and J. Chen and J. Chen and X. Chen and Z. Chen and J. Cheng and Michael Gerard Cherney and Maxime Chevalier and Subikash Choudhury and William Christie and Xiaotong Chu and Henry J. Crawford and M{\'a}t{\'e} Csan{\'a}d and Michael Daugherity and Tatiana Grigoryevna Dedovich and I. M. Deppner and A. A. Derevschikov and Larysa Didenko and X. J. Dong and James Drachenberg and John Charles Dunlop and Terrence Edmonds and Nicholas Elsey and J. M. Engelage and Geary W. Eppley and Shin-ichi Esumi and Olga Evdokimov and A. Ewigleben and Oleg Eyser and Renee Fat{\'e}mi and Salvatore Fazio and Pavol Federi{\vc} and J{\'a}n Fedori{\vs}in and C. Feng and Y. Feng and Peter Filip and Evan Finch and Y. Fisyak and Audrey Francisco and Lukasz Fulek and Carl A. Gagliardi and T. Galatyuk and Frank J.M. Geurts and Navin Prakash Ghimire and Adam Gibson and K. Gopal and Xing-rui Gou and David Grosnick and Włodek Guryn and Ayman Hamad and Ahmed M. Hamed and Szymon Harabasz and J. W. Harris and S. He and W. He and X. H. He and Y. He and S. Heppelmann and S. Heppelmann and Norbert Herrmann and E. B. Hoffman and Luk{\'a}{\vs} Holub and Y. Hong and Stephen Horvat and Y. L. Hu and H. Z. Huang and S. L. Huang and T. Huang and X. Huang and Thomas J. Humanic and Peng Huo and George J. Igo and Donald Isenhower and William W. Jacobs and Chitrasen Jena and Alexander M. Jentsch and Y. Y. Ji and Jiangyong Jia and K. J. Jiang and Sedigheh Jowzaee and Xinyue Ju and Eleanor G. Judd and S. Kabana and Mohammad Lutful Kabir and Skipper Kagamaster and Dmitry Kalinkin and Ke-jun Kang and David Kapukchyan and K. Kauder and H. Ke and Declan Keane and A. O. Kechechyan and Matthew Kelsey and Yuliia Khyzhniak and Daniel Kikola and C. Kim and Benjamin Kimelman and D{\'a}niel Kincses and T. A. Kinghorn and Ivan Kisel and A. Kiselev and M. Kocan and Leonid Kochenda and Leszek Kosarzewski and Luk{\'a}{\vs} Kram{\'a}rik and P. Kravtsov and K. W. Krueger and N. Kulathunga Mudiyanselage and Lokesh Kumar and S. Kumar and Raghav Kunnawalkam Elayavalli and Joseph Kwasizur and Roy Lacey and S. Lan and J. M. Landgraf and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Lauret and Andrey Lebedev and Richard Lednick{\'y} and J. H. W. Lee and Yu Hang Leung and C. H. Li and C. H. Li and W. Li and W. Li and X Li and Y. Li and Y. Liang and Robert Licenik and T. Lin and Y. J. Lin and Michael Annan Lisa and F. H. Liu and H. Liu and P. Y. Liu and P. Y. Liu and T. Liu and X. Liu and Y. Liu and Z. Liu and Tatjana Ljubi{\vc}i{\'c} and William Llope and Ronald S. Longacre and Nicholas Lukow and Siwei Luo and X. Luo and G. L. Ma and L. Ma and Rongrong Ma and Y. G. Ma and Niseem Magdy and R. Majka and Debasish Mallick and Spiros Margetis and C. Markert and Howard S. Matis and Joel Anthony Mazer and N. G. Minaev and Saskia Mioduszewski and Bedangadas Mohanty and Isaac Mooney and Z. Moravcova and Dmitriy A. Morozov and Marton Imre Nagy and Jae D. Nam and Md Nasim and Kishora Nayak and D. Neff and Jonathan M. Nelson and Daniel Nemes and Maowu Nie and Grigory Nigmatkulov and Takafumi Niida and L. V. Nogach and Toshihiro Nonaka and Ana Sofia Nunes and Grazyna Odyniec and Akio Ogawa and S. H. Oh and V. A. Okorokov and Brian Page and R. Pak and Ashish Pandav and Yu. A. Panebratsev and Bogdan Pawlik and Diana Pawłowska and Hua Pei and Chris Perkins and Lawrence S. Pinsky and Roland Laszlo Pinter and Jan Marian Pluta and Babu Ram Pokhrel and J. Porter and Matthew Posik and Navneet Kumar Pruthi and Mariusz Przybycien and Jorn Henning Putschke and Hengshan Qiu and A. Quintero and Sooraj Krishnan Radhakrishnan and Suvarna Ramachandran and Rajarshi Ray and Rolf K. Reed and Hans Georg Ritter and O. V. Rogachevskiy and Jos{\'e} Luis Romero and Li-juan Ruan and John Joseph Rusnak and Niladribihari Sahoo and H. Sako and Sevil Salur and Jack H. Sandweiss and S. Sato and W. B. Schmidke and Norbert Schmitz and Benjamin Schweid and Florian Seck and Janet Seger and Maria Sergeeva and Ryosuke Seto and Peter Seyboth and Nilay D. Shah and E. I. Shahaliev and P. Vivekananda Shanmuganathan and Ming Shao and Ashik Ikbal Sheikh and W. Q. Shen and Shusu Shi and Y. Shi and Q. Y. Shou and Ernst Sichtermann and Rafał Sikora and Miroslav Simko and J. B. Singh and Subhash Singha and N. Smirnov and William Solyst and Paul Richard Sorensen and Harold M Spinka and Brijesh Kumar Srivastava and Thanthirimudalige Don Shirvel Stanislaus and Maria Stefaniak and David J. Stewart and M. N. Strikhanov and B. C. Stringfellow and A. A. P. Suaide and Michal {\vS}umbera and Branden Summa and X. Sun and X. Sun and Y. J. Sun and Y. J. Sun and Bernd Surrow and D. N. Svirida and P. Piotr Szymanski and A. Tang and Z B Tang and Arkadij Taranenko and Terence John Tarnowsky and J. H. Thomas and Anthony Robert Timmins and David Tlust{\'y} and Mikhail Tokarev and Catherine Tomkiel and Stephen Trentalange and Robert E. Tribble and Prithwish Tribedy and S. Tripathy and O. D. Tsai and Z. Tu and Thomas Ullrich and David G. Underwood and Isaac Upsal and G. Van Buren and John P. Vanek and Alexander N. Vasiliev and I. Vassiliev and F. Videb{\ae}k and S. Vok{\'a}l and Sergey Voloshin and F. Wang and G. Wang and J. S. Wang and P. Wang and Y. Wang and Y. Wang and Z. Wang and Jason C. Webb and Peter Weidenkaff and Liwen Wen and Gary D. Westfall and Howard Henry Wieman and Scott W. Wissink and Richard Witt and Y. F. Wu and Ziwei Xiao and G. Xie and Wei Xie and H. Xu and Nu Xu and Q. Xu and Y. Xu and Y. Xu and Z. Xu and Z. Xu and C. Yang and Q. Z. Yang and S. Z. Yang and Y Yang and Z. Yang and Zhenyu Ye and Zhenyu Ye and Li Yi and Kin Yip and Y. Yu and Hanna Paulina Zbroszczyk and Wangmei Zha and C. C. Zhang and D. Zhang and S. Zhang and S. Zhang and X. P. Zhang and Y. Zhang and Y. Zhang and Z. J. Zhang and Z. P. Zhang and Z. P. Zhang and J. Zhao and Chao Zhong and C. Zhou and X. L. Zhu and Z. Zhu and Marian Zurek and Maksym Zyzak},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  volume={126 16},
Global polarization of Ξ and Ω hyperons has been measured for the first time in Au+Au collisions at sqrt[s_{NN}]=200  GeV. The measurements of the Ξ^{-} and Ξ[over ¯]^{+} hyperon polarization have been performed by two independent methods, via analysis of the angular distribution of the daughter particles in the parity violating weak decay Ξ→Λ+π, as well as by measuring the polarization of the daughter Λ hyperon, polarized via polarization transfer from its parent. The polarization, obtained by… 
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