Probing gluon saturation through dihadron correlations at an electron-ion collider

@article{Zheng2014ProbingGS,
  title={Probing gluon saturation through dihadron correlations at an electron-ion collider},
  author={L. Zheng and Elke C. Aschenauer and J. H. W. Lee and Bo-Wen Xiao},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2014},
  volume={89},
  pages={074037}
}
Two-particle azimuthal angle correlations have been proposed to be one of the most direct and sensitive probes to access the underlying gluon dynamics involved in hard scatterings. In anticipation of an electron-ion collider (EIC), detailed studies of dihadron correlation measurements in electron-proton and electron-ion collisions at an EIC have been performed. The impact of such measurements on the understanding of the different gluon distribution functions, as a clean signature for gluon… 

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