Long-range correlations in high multiplicity pp and pA collisions
Author(s)Roland, Gunther M.
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This review summarizes recent discoveries in high-energy proton + proton and proton + nucleus collisions, with particular attention on the observation of long-range azimuthal correlations in high multiplicity collisions. These correlations, which resemble those seen in ultra-relativistic nucleus–nucleus collisions, provide a unique window into the physics of the very early collision stage in high energy nuclear interactions. Here we present a compilation of the most important experimental results and briefly discuss successes and challenges for a selection of theoretical approaches.
DepartmentMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Physics
Roland, Gunther. “Long-Range Correlations in High Multiplicity Pp and pA Collisions.” Pramana 84.5 (2015): 731–746.
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