Ratios of jet and hadron spectra at LHC energies: measuring high-$p_T$ suppression without a $pp$ reference

  title={Ratios of jet and hadron spectra at LHC energies: measuring high-\$p\_T\$ suppression without a \$pp\$ reference},
  author={Jasmine Brewer and Alexander Huss and Aleksas Mazeliauskas and Wilke van der Schee},
We analyze the reliability of several techniques for computing jet and hadron spectra at different collision energies. This is relevant for discovering energy loss in the upcoming oxygen–oxygen (OO) run at the LHC, for which a reference pp run is currently not planned. For hadrons and jets we compute the ratio of spectra between different pp collision energies in perturbative QCD, which can be used to construct a reference spectrum. Alternatively, it can be interpolated from measured spectra at… 
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