Charged-particle multiplicity near midrapidity in central Au + Au collisions at √SNN = 56 and 130 GeV

B. B. Back, M. D. Baker, D. S. Barton, S. Basilev, B. D. Bates, R. Baum, R. R. Betts, A. Białas, R. Bindel, W. Bogucki, A. Budzanowski, W. Busza, A. Carroll, M. Ceglia, Y. H. Chang, A. E. Chen, T. Coghen, C. Conner, W. Czyz, B. Da̧browskiM. P. Decowski, M. Despet, P. Fita, J. Fitch, M. Friedl, K. Gałuszka, R. Ganz, E. Garcia, N. George, J. Godlewski, C. Gomes, E. Griesmayer, K. Gulbrandsen, S. Gushue, J. Halik, C. Halliwell, P. Haridas, A. Hayes, G. A. Heintzelman, C. Henderson, R. Hollis, R. Hołyński, B. Holzman, E. Johnson, J. Kane, J. Katzy, W. Kita, J. Kotuła, H. Kraner, W. Kucewicz, P. Kulinich, C. Law, M. Lemler, J. Ligocki, W. T. Lin, S. Manly, D. McLeod, J. Michałowski, A. Mignerey, J. Mülmenstädt, M. Neal, R. Nouicer, A. Olszewski, R. Pak, I. C. Park, M. Patel, H. Pernegger, M. Plesko, C. Reed, L. P. Remsberg, M. Reuter, C. Roland, G. Roland, D. Ross, L. Rosenberg, J. Ryan, A. Sanzgiri, P. Sarin, P. Sawicki, J. Scaduto, J. Shea, J. Sinacore, W. Skulski, S. G. Steadman, G. S.F. Stephans, P. Steinberg, A. Stra̧czek, M. Stodulski, M. Strȩk, Z. Stopa, A. Sukhanov, K. Surowiecka, J. L. Tang, R. Teng, A. Trzupek, C. Vale, G. J. Van Nieuwenhuizen, R. Verdier, B. Wadsworth, F. L.H. Wolfs, B. Wosiek, K. Woźniak, A. H. Wuosmaa, B. Wysłouch, K. Zalewski, P. Zychowski

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Abstract

Au + Au collisions were detected in the PHOBOS detector during the first collider run at energies of √SNN=56 and 130 GeV. By analyzing the data, the energy dependence of the density of primary charged particles emitted near 90° to the beam axis was determined.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3100-3104
Number of pages5
JournalPhysical Review Letters
Volume85
Issue number15
DOIs
StatePublished - 9 Oct 2000

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