Ratios of collective flow observables in high-energy isobar collisions are insensitive to final-state interactions

@article{Zhang2022RatiosOC,
  title={Ratios of collective flow observables in high-energy isobar collisions are insensitive to final-state interactions},
  author={Chunjian Zhang and Somadutta Bhatta and Jiangyong Jia},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2022}
}
The ratios of bulk observables, such as harmonic flow v 2 and v 3 , between high-energy 96 Ru+ 96 Ru and 96 Zr+ 96 Zr collisions were recently argued to be a clean probe of the nuclear structure differences between 96 Ru and 96 Zr. Using a transport model simulation of isobar collisions, we quantify this claim from the dependence of the ratios v 2 , Ru / v 2 , Zr and v 3 , Ru / v 3 , Zr on various final state effects, such as the shear viscosity, hadronization and hadronic cascade. Although the v 2… 

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