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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Description Of (pseudo-)rapidity Density And Transverse Momentum Distributions In A Wide Energy Range (√s = 22.4-7000 Gev)
Author: Ohsawa A.
Shibuya E.H.
Tamada M.
Abstract: The rapidity density and transverse momentum distributions of produced particles in multiple particle production are formulated assuming that the produced particles are emitted isotropically from several emitting centers. The energy distribution of produced particles in the rest frames of respective emitting centers is that of the Tsallis statistics. The distribution of emitting centers is flat with slanting cuts at both shoulders on the rapidity axis in the center of mass system. The formulation includes six adjustable parameters, among which four are energy dependent and more important and are determined so that the transverse momentum and the (pseudo-)rapidity density distributions fit to the data at various energies. The energy dependences of the four parameters, determined empirically, reproduce quite well the energy dependence of the average transverse momentum, that of the pseudo-rapidity density at η* = 0 and that of the charged multiplicity. The energy dependence of the inelasticity is either increasing or decreasing from the assumed value of K = 0.5 at √ s = 10 GeV, due to lack of experimental data at the most-forward rapidity region. The pseudo-rapidity density distribution at LHC energy √ s = 14 TeV) expected by the present formulation is compared with those by the other models. © 2012 World Scientific Publishing Company.
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Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1142/S0217751X12500431
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Date Issue: 2012
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