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Measurements with BRAHMS. I.G. Bearden, Niels Bohr Institute For The BRAHMS collaboration. The BRAHMS Collaboration. - 12 institutions-. I.Arsene 10 ,I.G. Bearden 7 , D. Beavis 1 , C. Besliu 10 , Y. Blyakhman 6 , J.Brzychczyk 4 ,

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Measurements with brahms

Measurements with BRAHMS

I.G. Bearden,

Niels Bohr Institute

For

The BRAHMS collaboration

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I.G.Bearden, Niels Bohr Institute


The brahms collaboration

The BRAHMS Collaboration

- 12 institutions-

I.Arsene10,I.G. Bearden7, D. Beavis1, C. Besliu10, Y. Blyakhman6, J.Brzychczyk4,

B. Budick6,H. Bøggild7 ,C. Chasman1, C. H. Christensen7, P. Christiansen7,

J.Cibor4,R.Debbe1,J. J. Gaardhøje7,M. Germinario7, K. Hagel8,

O. Hansen7, H. Ito11, E. Jacobsen7, A. Jipa10, J. I. Jordre10, F. Jundt2,

C.E.Jørgensen7, E. J. Kim5, T. Kozik3, T.M.Larsen12, J. H. Lee1, Y. K.Lee5,

G. Løvhøjden2, Z. Majka3, A. Makeev8, B. McBreen1, M. Murray8, J. Natowitz8,

B. Neuman11,B.S.Nielsen7, K. Olchanski1, D. Ouerdane7, R.Planeta4, F. Rami2,

D. Roehrich9, B. H. Samset12, S. J. Sanders11, I. S. Sgura10, R.A.Sheetz1, Z.Sosin3,

P. Staszel7, T.S. Tveter12, F.Videbæk1, R. Wada8 ,A.Wieloch3,Z. Yin9

1Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA, 2IReS and Université Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France

3Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland, 4Institute of Nuclear Physics, Cracow, Poland

5Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA, 6New York University, USA

7Niels Bohr Institute, Blegdamsvej 17, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

8Texas A&M University, College Station. USA, 9University of Bergen, Norway

10University of Bucharest, Romania,11University of Kansas, Lawrence,USA

12 University of Oslo Norway

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The brahms experiment

The BRAHMS Experiment

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Charged particle multiplicity dn d h

Sys. Error :

8%

10%

0-5%

5-10%

10-20

Charged Particle MultiplicitydN/dh

According to

Bjorken,

e>5GeV/fm3

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Measurements with brahms

AMPT

High density QCD

gluon saturation

Kharzeev and Levin,

PLB523(2001)79

h=0

h=1

h=4

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Particle spectra

Particle Spectra

After appropriate corrections, we combinine all data sets to obtain

final invariant yields over a broad range of rapidity and pT

p

K

p

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Particle spectra1

Pions: power law

Kaons: exponential

Protons: Gaussian

Particle Spectra

Top 5% central collisions

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Rapidity densities

Rapidity Densities

At y ~ 0, dN/dy is

~ 300 (300) for + (-)

~ 47 (44) for K+ (K)

~ 27 (20) for p (pbar)

N() >> N(K) > N(p)

N(+) = N()

N(K+) > N(K) and

N(p) > N(pbar) systematically

Integrated multiplicities (Gaussian fit)

N() ~ 1780 N(+) ~1760

N(K+) ~ 290 N(K) ~ 240

N(pbar) ~ 85

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Nuclear stopping

Net-proton measured

up to y = 3

AGS : high stopping

RHIC: more

transparent

Nuclear Stopping

Net-proton rapidity densities (top 5% central collisions)

BRAHMS, submitted

to PRL,

nucl-ex/0312023

P. Christiansen

Ph.D. Thesis

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Nuclear stopping1

Rapidity loss:

Gaussians in pz:

Gaussians in pz:

2.03  0.16

empirical scaling

2.00  0.10

6 order polynomial

scaling broken

Total E=25.72.1TeV

Nuclear Stopping

Net-baryon after

feed-down & neutron corrections

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Energy balance

Energy (in GeV)

p: 3108

p: 428

K+: 1628

K- : 1093

+: 5888

-: 6117

  • 0: 6004

  • n : 3729

  • n : 513

  • K0: 1628

  • K0: 1093

  •  : 1879

  • : 342

sum: 33.4 TeV

produced: 24.8TeV

  • 35 TeV (EbeamNpart)

  • of which 25 TeV are

  • carried by produced

  • particles.

NB: the method is very

sensitive to the tails of

the dN/dy dist. (10-15%)

Energy Balance

  • Fit , K and p distributions (dN/dy and mT vs y)

  •  total energy of , K and p

  • Assume reasonable distribution

  • for particles we don’t detect (0,n,…)

  • Calculate the total energy…

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Strangeness with kaons

Increasing y

Y < 1 : consistent with

Hadron Gas Stat. Model

K+/+ : 15.6  0.1 % (stat)

K/ : 14.7  0.1 % (stat)

[Phys. Lett. B 518 (2001) 41]

Divergence at higher y :

Associated K+ production

No single source with

unique T and B

BRAHMS, PRL90 (2003) 102301

T~constant, Bvaries with y

63 GeV

Strangeness with Kaons

RAPIDITY DEPENDENCE

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Measurements with brahms

no change for +

Over the full phase space:

K+/+ = 16.6  1.5 % (syst)

K/ = 13.7  2.0 % (syst)

Why this behavior ?

Net-Kaon distribution

evolves like net-proton

ENERGY DEPENDENCE

At y = 0, ratios converge

to ~ 15 %

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Transverse flow

Transverse Flow…

p

p

Points: BRAHMS Data

Curves: 3D Hydro (Hirano)

Histos: AMPT

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Spectra with bw fits at y 0 1 2 3 t b s a in the fit r max 13fm

Spectra with BW Fits at y~0,1,2,3(T,bs,ain the fit Rmax=13fm)

BRAHMS Preliminary

Fix a,T

y~0

y~1

Fix a,b

y~2

y~3

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pT (GeV/c)


Jets at rhic

jet

parton

nucleon

nucleon

Jets at RHIC

Find this……….in this

And, in BRAHMS, we only

“see” this much…

p+p jet+jet ([email protected])

Au+Au ??? ([email protected])

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Characterize high p t by single particle spectra

Characterize “high” pT by single particle spectra

h=0

h=2.2

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Arsene et al prl2003

Arsene et al.PRL2003

To look at ‘only’ data, form ratioRh=Rcp(h=2.2)/Rcp(h=0)

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D au nuclear modification h 0

d+Au Nuclear Modification h =0

High pT enhancement

observed in d+Au collisions

at sNN=200 GeV.

  • Comparing Au+Au to d+Au

  • strong effect of

    dense medium

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Predictions from theory

Predictions from theory

D. Kharzeev et al. Phys.Rev.D68:094013,2003

I. Vitev nucl-th/0302002 v2

CGC at y=0

Y=0

As y grows

Y=3

Y=-3

Very high energy

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Measurements with brahms

RdAu

Croninlike enhancement at =0.

Clear suppression as  changes up to 3.2

Same ratio made with dn/d follows the low pT RdAu

1 d2Nd+Au/dpTdh

RdA=

<Ncoll> d2Nppinel/dpTdh

where < Ncoll> = 7.2±0.3

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Measurements with brahms

Preliminary

central

h~3

Periph.

pbar/- ratio probes extent of new medium in y

p+p

d+Au

Au+Au

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Preliminary results from 63gev

Preliminary results from 63GeV

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Measurements with brahms

Preliminary results from 63GeV

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Conclusions

High energy density

Gluon saturation describes data, though not uniquely

70% of energy available for particle production

Source (nearly) same over >1 unit rapidity

High pT suppression persists to high y in Au+Au

Grows vs y in d+Au

Lots left to do…

Conclusions

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Measurements with brahms

Reference Spectrum

ISR DATA

h=1

Fit to

ISR (R203) DATA

Global Parameterization

Of ISR DATA

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