High energy Pb+Pb collisions viewed by pion interferometry

I. G. Bearden, H. Bøggild, J. Boissevain, J. Dodd, B. Erazmus, S. Esumi, C. W. Fabjan, D. Ferenc, D. E. Fields, A. Franz, J. Gaardhøje, M. Hamelin, A. G. Hansen, O. Hansen, D. Hardtke, H. van Hecke, E. B. Holzer, T. J. Humanic, P. Hummel, B. V. JacakR. Jayanti, K. Kaimi, M. Kaneta, T. Kohama, M. Kopytine, M. Leltchouk, A. Ljubicic, B. Lörstad, N. Maeda, R. Malina, A. Medvedev, M. Murray, H. Ohnishi, G. Paic, S. U. Pandey, F. Piuz, J. Pluta, V. Polychronakos, M. Potekhin, G. Poulard, D. Reichhold, A. Sakaguchi, J. Simon-Gillo, J. Schmidt-Sørensen, W. Sondheim, M. Spegel, T. Sugitate, J. P. Sullivan, Y. Sumi, W. J. Willis, K. L. Wolf, N. Xu, D. S. Zachary

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Abstract

Two-pion correlations from Pb+Pb collisions at 158 [Formula Presented] per nucleon are measured by the NA44 experiment at CERN. Multidimensional fits characterize the emission volume, which is found to be larger than in S-induced collisions. Comparison to the RQMD model is used to relate the fit parameters to the actual emission volume.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1656-1665
Number of pages10
JournalPhysical Review C - Nuclear Physics
Volume58
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1998

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Nuclear and High Energy Physics

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