# Production of light antinuclei in pp collisions by dynamical coalescence and their fluxes in cosmic rays near earth

@article{Shao2022ProductionOL,
title={Production of light antinuclei in
pp
collisions by dynamical coalescence and their fluxes in cosmic rays near earth},
author={Tianhao Shao and Jinhui Chen and Yugang Ma and Zhang-bu Xu},
journal={Physical Review C},
year={2022}
}
• Published 26 May 2022
• Physics
• Physical Review C
Light antinucleus yields are calculated in a multiphase transport model (AMPT) coupled with a dynamical coalescence model. The model is tuned to reproduce the transverse momentum and rapidity distributions of antiproton in pp collisions at √ s = 7.7 GeV to 7 TeV. By applying a widely used cosmic ray propagation model, the antinucleus fluxes near the earth are estimated over a broad range of kinetic energies. Our result on the antideuteron flux is consistent with the calculations in the…

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