# phi puzzle in heavy-ion collisions at 2 A GeV: how many K- from phi decays?

@article{Kampfer2001phiPI,
title={phi puzzle in heavy-ion collisions at 2 A GeV: how many K- from phi decays?},
author={Burkhard Kampfer and Roland Kotte and C. Hartnack and J{\"o}rg Aichelin},
journal={Journal of Physics G},
year={2001}
}
• Published 13 December 2001
• Physics
• Journal of Physics G
The preliminary experimental data on production in the reaction Ni(1.93 A GeV) + Ni point to a puzzling high yield, which cannot be reproduced with present transport codes. We survey the experimental situation and present prospects for dedicated measurements of the multiplicities with the K+K? and e+e? channels at HADES and FOPI.
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