Sound waves in hadronic matter

@inproceedings{Wilk2017SoundWI,
  title={Sound waves in hadronic matter},
  author={Grzegorz Wilk and Zbigniew Włodarczyk},
  year={2017}
}
We argue that recent high energy CERN LHC experiments on transverse momenta distributions of produced particles provide us new, so far unnoticed and not fully appreciated, information on the underlying production processes. To this end we concentrate on the small (but persistent) log-periodic oscillations decorating the observed p T spectra and visible in the measured ratios R = σ data (p T ) / σ fit (p T ) . Because such spectra are described by quasi-power-like formulas characterised by two… 

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