Nucleon-Gold Collisions at 200 A GeV Using Tagged d+Au Interactions in PHOBOS

@article{Back2015NucleonGoldCA,
  title={Nucleon-Gold Collisions at 200 A GeV Using Tagged d+Au Interactions in PHOBOS},
  author={Birger B. Back and Mark Daniel Baker and Maarten Ballintijn and Debra S. Barton and Bruce H. Becker and Russell Betts and Abigail Anne Bickley and Ralf Bindel and Wit Busza and A. S. Carroll and Michal Patrick Decowski and E. Gar{\'c}ıa and Timothy Gburek and Nicolas B. George and Kristjan Herlache Gulbrandsen and S. Gushue and Cindy Halliwell and Jane Hamblen and A. S. Harrington and Conor Henderson and David Jonathan Hofman and Richard S. Hollis and Ralf Holynski and Burt Holzman and Aneta Iordanova and Erik N. Johnson and John L. Kane and Najimuddin Khan and Polina Kulinich and Chen Ming Kuo and Jae Won Lee and W. T. Lin and Steven Manly and Alice C. Mignerey and Rachid Nouicer and Artur Olszewski and R. Pak and I. C. Park and Heinz Pernegger and Catherine M. Reed and Christof Roland and G. Roland and Joseph F. Sagerer and Pankaj Sarin and Irina Sedykh and Wojtek Skulski and Christopher E Smith and Peter Steinberg and G. S. F. Stephans and Aleksander Sukhanov and Marguerite Belt Tonjes and Adam Trzupek and Chris J. Vale and Gerrit Jan van Nieuwenhuizen and R{\'e}gis Verdier and Gabor Istvan Veres and F. L. H. Wolfs and Barbara Wosiek and Krzysztof Woźniak and Boleslaw Wyslouch and Jiangang Zhang},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2015}
}
  • Birger B. Back, Mark Daniel Baker, +58 authors Jiangang Zhang
  • Published 2015
  • Physics
  • Physical Review C
  • Forward calorimetry in the PHOBOS detector has been used to study charged hadron production in d+Au, p+Au and n+Au collisions at sqrt(s_nn) = 200 GeV. The forward proton calorimeter detectors are described and a procedure for determining collision centrality with these detectors is detailed. The deposition of energy by deuteron spectator nucleons in the forward calorimeters is used to identify p+Au and n+Au collisions in the data. A weighted combination of the yield of p+Au and n+Au is… CONTINUE READING

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