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dc.creatorAdamczyk, L
dc.creatorAdams, JR
dc.creatorAdkins, JK
dc.creatorAgakishiev, G
dc.creatorAggarwal, MM
dc.creatorAhammed, Z
dc.creatorAjitanand, NN
dc.creatorAlekseev, I
dc.creatorAnderson, DM
dc.creatorAoyama, R
dc.creatorAparin, A
dc.creatorArkhipkin, D
dc.creatorAschenauer, EC
dc.creatorAshraf, MU
dc.creatorAttri, A
dc.creatorAverichev, GS
dc.creatorBai, X
dc.creatorBairathi, V
dc.creatorBarish, K
dc.creatorBehera, A
dc.creatorBellwied, R
dc.creatorBhasin, A
dc.creatorBhati, AK
dc.creatorBhattarai, P
dc.creatorBielcik, J
dc.creatorBielcikova, J
dc.creatorBland, LC
dc.creatorBordyuzhin, IG
dc.creatorBouchet, J
dc.creatorBrandenburg, JD
dc.creatorBrandin, AV
dc.creatorBrown, D
dc.creatorBryslawskyj, J
dc.creatorBunzarov, I
dc.creatorButterworth, J
dc.creatorCaines, H
dc.creatorCalderón De La Barca Sánchez, M
dc.creatorCampbell, JM
dc.creatorCebra, D
dc.creatorChakaberia, I
dc.creatorChaloupka, P
dc.creatorChang, Z
dc.creatorChankova-Bunzarova, N
dc.creatorChatterjee, A
dc.creatorChattopadhyay, S
dc.creatorChen, X
dc.creatorChen, JH
dc.creatorChen, X
dc.creatorCheng, J
dc.creatorCherney, M
dc.creatorChristie, W
dc.creatorContin, G
dc.creatorCrawford, HJ
dc.creatorDas, S
dc.creatorDedovich, TG
dc.creatorDeng, J
dc.creatorDeppner, IM
dc.creatorDerevschikov, AA
dc.creatorDidenko, L
dc.creatorDilks, C
dc.creatorDong, X
dc.creatorDrachenberg, JL
dc.creatorDraper, JE
dc.creatorDunlop, JC
dc.creatorEfimov, LG
dc.creatorElsey, N
dc.creatorEngelage, J
dc.creatorEppley, G
dc.creatorEsha, R
dc.creatorEsumi, S
dc.creatorEvdokimov, O
dc.creatorEwigleben, J
dc.creatorEyser, O
dc.creatorFatemi, R
dc.creatorFazio, S
dc.creatorFederic, P
dc.creatorFedericova, P
dc.creatorFedorisin, J
dc.creatorFeng, Z
dc.creatorFilip, P
dc.creatorFinch, E
dc.creatorFisyak, Y
dc.creatorFlores, CE
dc.creatorFujita, J
dc.creatorFulek, L
dc.creatorGagliardi, CA
dc.creatorGeurts, F
dc.creatorGibson, A
dc.creatorGirard, M
dc.creatorGrosnick, D
dc.creatorGunarathne, DS
dc.creatorGuo, Y
dc.creatorGupta, A
dc.creatorGuryn, W
dc.creatorHamad, AI
dc.creatorHamed, A
dc.creatorHarlenderova, A
dc.creatorHarris, JW
dc.creatorHe, L
dc.creatorHeppelmann, S
dc.date.accessioned2021-02-07T19:12:15Z
dc.date.available2021-02-07T19:12:15Z
dc.date.issued2018-07-31
dc.identifier.issn2469-9985
dc.identifier.issn2469-9993
dc.identifier.doihttp://dx.doi.org/10.34944/dspace/6094
dc.identifier.otherGO8XK (isidoc)
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12613/6112
dc.description.abstract© 2018 American Physical Society. The azimuthal anisotropic flow of identified and unidentified charged particles has been systematically studied in Cu+Au collisions at sNN=200 GeV for harmonics n=1-4 in the pseudorapidity range |η|<1. The directed flow in Cu+Au collisions is compared with the rapidity-odd and, for the first time, the rapidity-even components of charged particle directed flow in Au+Au collisions at sNN=200 GeV. The slope of the directed flow pseudorapidity dependence in Cu+Au collisions is found to be similar to that in Au+Au collisions, with the intercept shifted toward positive pseudorapidity values, i.e., the Cu-going direction. The mean transverse momentum projected onto the spectator plane (px) in Cu+Au collision also exhibits approximately linear dependence on pseudorapidity with the intercept at about η≈-0.4 (shifted from zero in the Au-going direction), closer to the rapidity of the Cu+Au system center of mass. The observed dependencies find a natural explanation in a picture of the directed flow originating partly due the "tilted source" and partly due to the asymmetry in the initial density distribution. A charge dependence of (px) was also observed in Cu+Au collisions, consistent with an effect of the initial electric field created by charge difference of the spectator protons in two colliding nuclei. The rapidity-even component of directed flow in Au+Au collisions is close to that in Pb+Pb collisions at sNN=2.76 TeV, indicating a similar magnitude of dipolelike fluctuations in the initial-state density distribution. Higher harmonic flow in Cu+Au collisions exhibits similar trends to those observed in Au+Au and Pb+Pb collisions and is qualitatively reproduced by a viscous hydrodynamic model and a multiphase transport model. For all harmonics with n≥2 we observe an approximate scaling of vn with the number of constituent quarks; this scaling works as well in Cu+Au collisions as it does in Au+Au collisions.
dc.format.extent014915-
dc.language.isoen
dc.relation.haspartPhysical Review C
dc.relation.isreferencedbyAmerican Physical Society (APS)
dc.subjectnucl-ex
dc.subjectnucl-ex
dc.titleAzimuthal anisotropy in Cu+Au collisions at s NN =200 GeV
dc.typeArticle
dc.type.genreJournal Article
dc.relation.doi10.1103/PhysRevC.98.014915
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dc.date.updated2021-02-07T19:12:10Z
refterms.dateFOA2021-02-07T19:12:15Z


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