By R. A. Salmeron (auth.), Dr. Bikash Sinha, Dr. Santanu Pal, Professor Sibaji Raha (eds.)

ISBN-10: 354051984X

ISBN-13: 9783540519843

ISBN-10: 3642752896

ISBN-13: 9783642752896

Quark-Gluon Plasma (QGP) is a kingdom of topic envisioned via the idea of robust interactions - Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD). the realm of QGP lies on the interface of particle physics, box thought, nuclear physics and many-body concept, statistical physics, cosmology and astrophysics. In its short historical past (about a decade), QGP has obvious a speedy convergence of rules from those formerly diverging disciplines. This quantity comprises the lectures introduced by means of eminent experts to scholars with out earlier event in QGP. each one path therefore begins from the fundamentals and takes the scholars through steps to the present difficulties. The chapters are self-contained and pedagogic common. The ebook might for that reason function an advent for complicated graduate scholars desiring to input this box or for physicists operating in different components. specialists in QGP can also locate this quantity a convenient reference. particular examples, used to clarify how theoretical predictions and experimentally available amounts would possibly not regularly correspond to each other, make this ebook excellent for self-study for rookies. this selection also will make the amount thought-provoking for QGP practitioners.

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6,··················O··n •. ·... V 0··0··0··0··0····0··········· .. ························ .......................... i;!...... ~ 0 Q 2 '2 b reference spectrum ISO < E, < 240 Ge'l 10-3 I Q00000000 o o 0 a G 2 7 f I o I Pl (GeV/c) Dip I p! (GeV/c) Fig. 31. NA34 ratios of the Pr spectra of negative particles in different Er bands to the spectrum in the EX reference band 180 < Er < 240 GeV (51). Fig. 30. 0 GeVIc, in agreement with the Cronin effect; c) the O+W and S+W data resemble closely to the p+W data.

2 'S.. TJ 'S.. 9. PPO I Ring Cal. I nD/ --rmo· __ · __ ·_·_·-t- -=:5 Intermediate Cal. VetoCa!. 21. Experimental setup of the CERN NA35 experiment. 7 THE NA38 EXPERIMENT The NA38 experiment consists essentially of a multiple active target made of 10 thin subtargets surrounded by cylindrical scintillators, an electromagnetic calorimeter made of scintillator fibers imbedded in lead and divided into 30 cells, and a multi-muon spectrometer (Fig. 22) [44]. The spectrometer has a beam dump to absorb hadrons, consisting of a carbon part in which the muons propagate and a tungsten-uranium central core to kill the part of the beam which does not interact in the target.

8 GeVIc, which is more pronounced for the heavy systems, being weakly indicated in the p+Au data. This change in slope is not new and is consistent with results from a + a interactions at the CERN ISR [49] and with the results of the NA34 COllaboration which will be shown in the next section. In the second analysis two comparisons of invariant differential cross sections were made, both at 200 GeV/nucleon. In one of them, shown in Fig. 27, the 1[0 PT spectrum of the minimum bias events in p+Au was compared to that of O+Au.

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