Multihadron production dynamics exploring energy balance in hadronic to nuclear collisions

  title={Multihadron production dynamics exploring energy balance in hadronic to nuclear collisions},
  author={Edward K. G. Sarkisyan and Aditya Nath Mishra and Raghunath Sahoo and Alexander S. Sakharov},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
The multihadron production in nucleus-nucleus collisions and its interrelation with that in (anti)proton-proton interactions are studied by exploring the charged particle mean multiplicity collision-energy and centrality dependencies in the measurements to date. The study is performed in the framework of the recently proposed effective-energy approach which, under the proper scaling of the collision energy, combines the constituent quark picture with Landau relativistic hydrodynamics counting… 

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