Identified particle production in p–Pb collisions measured with the ALICE detector

@article{Christiansen2014IdentifiedPP,
  title={Identified particle production in p–Pb collisions measured with the ALICE detector},
  author={P. Christiansen and for the Alice collaboration},
  journal={Nuclear Physics},
  year={2014},
  volume={926},
  pages={264-269}
}
ALICE has unique capabilities among the LHC experiments for particle identification (PID) at mid-rapidity (vertical bar eta vertical bar < 0.9) over a wide range of transverse momentum (pT). In this proceeding(1) recent measurements of PT spectra for pi, K, K-s(0), p, and Lambda in p-Pb collisions are presented and compared to results from Pb-Pb and pp. In particular the implications for the question of the existence of radial flow in small systems is discussed. (C) 2014 CERN. Published by… Expand
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