Longitudinal Flow Decorrelations in Xe+Xe Collisions at sNN=5.44  TeV with the ATLAS Detector

@article{Collaboration2020LongitudinalFD,
  title={Longitudinal Flow Decorrelations in 
Xe+Xe
 Collisions at 
sNN=5.44  TeV
 with the ATLAS Detector},
  author={Atlas Collaboration},
  journal={Physical Review Letters},
  year={2020}
}
The first measurement of longitudinal decorrelations of harmonic flow amplitudes v n for n ¼ 2 – 4 in Xe þ Xe collisions at ffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffi s NN p ¼ 5 . 44 TeV is obtained using 3 μ b − 1 of data with the ATLAS detector at the LHC. The decorrelation signal for v 3 and v 4 is found to be nearly independent of collision centrality and transverse momentum ( p T ) requirements on final-state particles, but for v 2 a strong centrality and p T dependence is seen. When compared with the results from Pb þ Pb… 
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