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Title: Beam-Energy Dependence of the Directed Flow of Protons, Antiprotons, and Pions in Au plus Au Collisions
Authors: ADAMCZYK, L
ADKINS, JK
AGAKISHIEV, G
AGGARWAL, MM
AHAMMED, Z
ALEKSEEV, I
ALFORD, J
ANSON, CD
APARIN, A
ARKHIPKIN, D
ASCHENAUER, EC
AVERICHEV, GS
BANERJEE, A
BEAVIS, DR
BELLWIED, R
BHASIN, A
BHATI, AK
BHATTARAI, P
BICHSEL, H
BIELCIK, J
BIELCIKOVA, J
BLAND, LC
BORDYUZHIN, IG
BOROWSKI, W
BOUCHET, J
BRANDIN, AV
BROVKO, SG
BULTMANN, S
BUNZAROV, I
BURTON, TP
BUTTERWORTH, J
CAINES, H
SANCHEZ, MCD
CEBRA, D
CENDEJAS, R
CERVANTES, MC
CHALOUPKA, P
CHANG, Z
CHATTOPADHYAY, S
CHEN, HF
CHEN, JH
CHEN, L
CHENG, J
CHERNEY, M
CHIKANIAN, A
CHRISTIE, W
CHWASTOWSKI, J
CODRINGTON, MJM
CONTIN, G
CRAMER, JG
CRAWFORD, HJ
CUI, X
DAS, S
LEYVA, AD
DE SILVA, LC
DEBBE, RR
DEDOVICH, TG
DENG, J
DEREVSCHIKOV, AA
DE SOUZA, RD
DHAMIJA, S
DI RUZZA, B
DIDENKO, L
DILKS, C
DING, F
DJAWOTHO, P
DONG, X
DRACHENBERG, JL
DRAPER, JE
DU, CM
DUNKELBERGER, LE
DUNLOP, JC
EFIMOV, LG
ENGELAGE, J
ENGLE, KS
EPPLEY, G
EUN, L
EVDOKIMOV, O
EYSER, O
FATEMI, R
FAZIO, S
FEDORISIN, J
FILIP, P
FINCH, E
FISYAK, Y
FLORES, CE
GAGLIARDI, CA
GANGADHARAN, DR
GARAND, D
GEURTS, F
GIBSON, A
GIRARD, M
GLISKE, S
GREINER, L
GROSNICK, D
GUNARATHNE, DS
GUO, Y
GUPTA, A
GUPTA, S
GURYN, W
HAAG, B
HAMED, A
HAN, LX
HAQUE, R
HARRIS, JW
HEPPELMANN, S
HIRSCH, A
HOFFMANN, GW
HOFMAN, DJ
HORVAT, S
HUANG, B
HUANG, HZ
HUANG, X
HUCK, P
HUMANIC, TJ
IGO, G
JACOBS, WW
JANG, H
JUDD, EG
KABANA, S
KALINKIN, D
KANG, K
KAUDER, K
KE, HW
KEANE, D
KECHECHYAN, A
KESICH, A
KHAN, ZH
KIKOLA, DP
KISEL, I
KISIEL, A
KOETKE, DD
KOLLEGGER, T
KONZER, J
KORALT, I
KOTCHENDA, L
KRAISHAN, AF
KRAVTSOV, P
KRUEGER, K
KULAKOV, I
KUMAR, L
KYCIA, RA
LAMONT, MAC
LANDGRAF, JM
LANDRY, KD
LAURET, J
LEBEDEV, A
LEDNICKY, R
LEE, JH
LEVINE, MJ
LI, C
LI, W
LI, X
LI, X
LI, Y
LI, ZM
LISA, MA
LIU, F
LJUBICIC, T
LLOPE, WJ
LOMNITZ, M
LONGACRE, RS
LUO, X
MA, GL
MA, YG
DON, DMMDM
MAHAPATRA, DP
MAJKA, R
MARGETIS, S
MARKERT, C
MASUI, H
MATIS, HS
MCDONALD, D
MCSHANE, TS
MINAEV, NG
MIODUSZEWSKI, S
MOHANTY, B
MONDAL, MM
MOROZOV, DA
MUSTAFA, MK
NANDI, BK
NASIM, M
NAYAK, TK
NELSON, JM
NIGMATKULOV, G
NOGACH, LV
NOH, SY
NOVAK, J
NURUSHEV, SB
ODYNIEC, G
OGAWA, A
OH, K
OHLSON, A
OKOROKOV, V
OLDAG, EW
OLVITT, DL
PACHR, M
PAGE, BS
PAL, SK
PAN, YX
PANDIT, Y
PANEBRATSEV, Y
PAWLAK, T
PAWLIK, B
PEI, H
PERKINS, C
PERYT, W
PILE, P
PLANINIC, M
PLUTA, J
POLJAK, N
PORTER, J
POSKANZER, AM
PRUTHI, NK
PRZYBYCIEN, M
PUJAHARI, PR
PUTSCHKE, J
QIU, H
QUINTERO, A
RAMACHANDRAN, S
RANIWALA, R
RANIWALA, S
RAY, RL
RILEY, CK
RITTER, HG
ROBERTS, JB
ROGACHEVSKIY, OV
ROMERO, JL
ROSS, JF
ROY, A
RUAN, L
RUSNAK, J
RUSNAKOVA, O
SAHOO, NR
SAHU, PK
SAKREJDA, I
SALUR, S
SANDWEISS, J
SANGALINE, E
SARKAR, A
SCHAMBACH, J
SCHARENBERG, RP
SCHMAH, AM
SCHMIDKE, WB
SCHMITZ, N
SEGER, J
SEYBOTH, P
SHAH, N
SHAHALIEV, E
SHANMUGANATHAN, PV
SHAO, M
SHARMA, B
SHEN, WQ
SHI, SS
SHOU, QY
SICHTERMANN, EP
SINGARAJU, RN
SKOBY, MJ
SMIRNOV, D
SMIRNOV, N
SOLANKI, D
SORENSEN, P
SPINKA, HM
SRIVASTAVA, B
STANISLAUS, TDS
STEVENS, JR
STOCK, R
STRIKHANOV, M
STRINGFELLOW, B
SUMBERA, M
SUN, X
SUN, XM
SUN, Y
SUN, Z
SURROW, B
SVIRIDA, DN
SYMONS, TJM
SZELEZNIAK, MA
TAKAHASHI, J
TANG, AH
TANG, Z
TARNOWSKY, T
THOMAS, JH
TIMMINS, AR
TLUSTY, D
TOKAREV, M
TRENTALANGE, S
TRIBBLE, RE
TRIBEDY, P
TRZECIAK, BA
TSAI, OD
TURNAU, J
ULLRICH, T
UNDERWOOD, DG
VAN BUREN, G
VAN NIEUWENHUIZEN, G
VANDENBROUCKE, M
VANFOSSEN, JA
VARMA, R
VASCONCELOS, GMS
VASILIEV, AN
VERTESI, R
VIDEBAEK, F
VIYOGI, YP
VOKAL, S
VOSSEN, A
WADA, M
WANG, F
WANG, G
WANG, H
WANG, JS
WANG, XL
WANG, Y
WANG, Y
WEBB, G
WEBB, JC
WESTFALL, GD
WIEMAN, H
WISSINK, SW
WITT, R
WU, YF
XIAO, Z
XIE, W
XIN, K
XU, H
XU, J
XU, N
XU, QH
XU, Y
XU, Z
YAN, W
YANG, C
YANG, Y
YANG, Y
YE, Z
YEPES, P
YI, L
YIP, K
YOO, IK
YU, N
ZAWISZA, Y
ZBROSZCZYK, H
ZHA, W
ZHANG, JB
ZHANG, JL
ZHANG, S
ZHANG, XP
ZHANG, Y
ZHANG, ZP
ZHAO, F
ZHAO, J
ZHONG, C
ZHU, X
ZHU, YH
ZOULKARNEEVA, Y
ZYZAK, M
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: AMER PHYSICAL SOC
Citation: PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 112(16)
Abstract: Rapidity-odd directed flow (upsilon 1) measurements for charged pions, protons, and antiprotons near midrapidity (y = 0) are reported in root(S)(NN) = 7.7, 11.5, 19.6, 27, 39, 62.4, and 200 GeVAu+Au collisions as recorded by the STAR detector at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider. At intermediate impact parameters, the proton and net-proton slope parameter d upsilon(1) = d upsilon(1)vertical bar (y=0) shows a minimum between 11.5 and 19.6 GeV. In addition, the net-proton d upsilon(1) = d upsilon(1)vertical bar (y=0) changes sign twice between 7.7 and 39 GeV. The proton and net-proton results qualitatively resemble predictions of a hydrodynamic model with a first-order phase transition from hadronic matter to deconfined matter, and differ from hadronic transport calculations.
URI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.112.162301
http://dspace.library.iitb.ac.in/jspui/handle/100/16278
ISSN: 0031-9007
1079-7114
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