# Hydrodynamic predictions for mixed harmonic correlations in 200 GeV Au+Au collisions

@article{Gardim2017HydrodynamicPF,
title={Hydrodynamic predictions for mixed harmonic correlations in 200 GeV Au+Au collisions},
author={Fernando G. Gardim and Fr'ed'erique Grassi and M. Luzum and Jacquelyn Noronha-Hostler},
journal={Physical Review C},
year={2017},
volume={95},
pages={034901}
}
• Published 9 August 2016
• Physics
• Physical Review C
Recent measurements at the LHC involve the correlation of different azimuthal flow harmonics $v_n$. These new observables add constraints to theoretical models and probe aspects of the system that are independent of the traditional single-harmonic measurements such as 2- and multi-particle cumulants $v_n\{m\}$. Many of these new observables have not yet been measured at RHIC, leaving an opportunity to make predictions as a test of models across energies. We make predictions using NeXSPheRIO, a…
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