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Type: Journal article
Title: Measurement of forward-backward multiplicity correlations in lead-lead, proton-lead, and proton-proton collisions with the ATLAS detector
Author: Aaboud, M.
Aad, G.
Abbott, B.
Abdallah, J.
Abdinov, O.
Abeloos, B.
Aben, R.
Abouzeid, O.
Abraham, N.
Abramowicz, H.
Abreu, H.
Abreu, R.
Abulaiti, Y.
Acharya, B.
Adamczyk, L.
Adams, D.
Adelman, J.
Adomeit, S.
Adye, T.
Affolder, A.
et al.
Citation: Physical Review C, 2017; 95(6):064914-1-064914-30
Publisher: American Physical Society
Issue Date: 2017
ISSN: 2469-9985
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M Aaboud ... P. Jackson ... L. Lee ... A. Petridis ... M.J. White ... [et al.] (The ATLAS Collaboration)
Abstract: Two-particle pseudorapidity correlations are measured in √sNN=2.76TeVPb+Pb, √sNN=5.02TeVp+Pb, and √s=13TeVpp collisions at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), with total integrated luminosities of approximately 7μb−1, 28 nb−1, and 65 nb−1, respectively. The correlation function CN(η1,η2) is measured as a function of event multiplicity using charged particles in the pseudorapidity range |η|<2.4. The correlation function contains a significant short-range component, which is estimated and subtracted. After removal of the short-range component, the shape of the correlation function is described approximately by 1+⟨a21⟩1/2η1η2 in all collision systems over the full multiplicity range. The values of ⟨a21⟩1/2 are consistent for the opposite-charge pairs and same-charge pairs, and for the three collision systems at similar multiplicity. The values of ⟨a21⟩1/2 and the magnitude of the short-range component both follow a power-law dependence on the event multiplicity. The short-range component in p + Pb collisions, after symmetrizing the proton and lead directions, is found to be smaller at a given η than in pp collisions with comparable multiplicity.
RMID: 0030075227
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevC.95.064914
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