Measurement of isolated photon-hadron correlations in sNN = 5.02 TeV pp and p -Pb collisions

  title={Measurement of isolated photon-hadron correlations in 
 = 5.02 TeV 
-Pb collisions},
  author={Alice Collaboration},
  journal={Physical Review C},
This paper presents isolated photon-hadron correlations using pp and p-Pb data collected by the ALICE detector at the LHC. For photons with |$\eta$|<0.67 and 12<$p_{\rm{T}}$<40 GeV/$c$, the associated yield of charged particles in the range |$\eta$|<0.80 and 0.5<$p_{\rm{T}}$<10 GeV/$c$ is presented. These momenta are much lower than previous measurements at the LHC. No significant difference between pp and p-Pb is observed, with PYTHIA 8.2 describing both data sets within uncertainties. This… 

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