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Strangeness Production and Thermal Statistical Model. Huan Zhong Huang Department of Physics and Astronomy University of California, Los Angeles Department of Engineering Physics Tsinghua University. Strange Particle Discovery. 1935 Yukawa: meson exchange model for nuclear interaction

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Strangeness production and thermal statistical model

Strangeness Production and Thermal Statistical Model

Huan Zhong Huang

Department of Physics and Astronomy

University of California, Los Angeles

Department of Engineering Physics

Tsinghua University


Strange particle discovery

Strange Particle Discovery

1935 Yukawa: meson exchange model for nuclear interaction

Electromagnetic interaction – photons

infinite range-- photon massless

Nuclear Interaction (Strong Force) – mesons

Range (Rutherford Scattering) ~ 1-2 fm

Uncertainty principle

DE Dt ~ hc

meson mass ~ 100-200 MeV/c2

1937 Cloud Chamber  cosmic ray eventsmass 106 MeV/c2

not the Yukawa meson, muon

1947 C. Powell, C. Lattes and G. Occhialini

photographic plates at a mountain top

mp ~ 140 MeV/c2

pm+v


Particle discovery

Particle Discovery

neutral pion p0gg 1950 accelerator experiment

1947 G.D. Rochester and C.C. Butler

v – decay vertex – discovery

p+

V0

p-

m ~ 1000 me

m+

V+

n


Kaon versus pion

Kaon versus pion

Pions: p+p0p-

Neutron pions – the anti-particle is itself !!

not true to neutral K0

K0 and K0 are different particles !

u, d quark masses 5-10 MeV/c2

strange quark mass ~ 150 MeV/c2

SU(3) representation for u,d,s quarks, light quarks


Strangeness quark mass important

Strangeness Quark Mass Important!


Su 3 representation of particles

SU(3) Representation of Particles


Strangeness conservation

Strangeness Conservation

In Strong Interaction:

strange quarks can only be produced in pairs !

Associated Production:

p + N  NLK+

Pair Production:

p + N pNK+K-

Threshold in fixed target:

s = (E+mN)2 – p2

Associated Production More Effective (lower Threshold)

@ low beam energies


Strange baryons sensitive to bulk partonic matter

Strange Baryons Sensitive to Bulk Partonic Matter

Tc~ ms


Strangeness production and thermal statistical model

The Melting of Quarks and Gluons-- Quark-Gluon Plasma --

Matter Compression:Vacuum Heating:

Deconfinement

High Temperature Vacuum

-- high energy heavy ion collisions

-- the Big Bang

High Baryon Density

-- low energy heavy ion collisions

-- neutron starquark star


High baryon density at the ags

High Baryon Density at the AGS

Si+Si

14.6 A GeV

Si+Au

14.6 A GeV

Au+Au

11.7 A GeV

ARC

Yang Pang


Systematic kaon measurement

Systematic Kaon Measurement

E802/E859/E866

Au+Au

NK+

Si+Au

NK+/NK-

NK-

NPart

NPart


L measurement

L Measurement

~ 17 Ls

per central

Au+Au

@ AGS


Large l to p ratio

Large L to p Ratio

E864/E878

Anti-hyperon

absorption in

dense medium?

Dynamical

conversion of

anti-protons to

anti-Lambda?

Similar results

from E917.


Strangeness is enhanced at sps

Strangeness is ‘enhanced’ at SPS

WA97/NA57 and NA49 Consistent Results

Yield

N-wound

No of Wounded Nucleons

Baryon and anti-baryons are both enhanced, but by different amount !


Npart or no wounded nucleons

NPART or No Wounded Nucleons

Nucleons wounded once, twice or n times are different !

NA49 Data

NPart


Beam target fragmentation important

Beam-Target Fragmentation Important

E910 p+A @ AGS

Strange Baryon Production Increases with Number of Collisions !

NA49 results lead to the same conclusion for p+A collisions !

Both fragmentation and pair production increase @SPS !!


Proton fragmentation and hyperon production

Proton Fragmentation and Hyperon Production

[email protected] data

Baryons Very Brittle!

pAup+X

pAun+X EQUAL


Strangeness production and thermal statistical model

Energy Dependence of Strangeness Production


Mid rapidity ratio versus cm energy

Mid-rapidity Ratio versus CM energy


4 p integrated ratio versus energy

4p Integrated Ratio versus Energy


Strange quark production

Strange Quark Production


Quark to pion ratio

Quark to Pion Ratio

Kink or Not ?


The w to w ratio

@mid-rapidity

Pb+Pb @SPS

Many more Ws

Than Ws !!

The W to W Ratio


Scenarios of baryon number transport

Scenarios of Baryon Number Transport

Direct Transport Through Gluon Junctions …

W + K + K + K + (X)

Indirect Transport Through Pair Production Modified by

Baryon Chemical Potential …

  • W and W X K

  • X and X (L / S) K

  • L and L (p / n ) K

Net Baryon Density Increases the

Associated Production and

Transfers net baryon number

to multiply-strange baryons !

Event-by-Event STAR Hyperon Correlations

Doable with STAR TOF and SVT Upgrade !


Multi strange baryon spectrum shape

Multi-Strange Baryon Spectrum Shape


Too many baryons at intermediate p t

Au+Au 0-10%

p+p

Too Many Baryons at Intermediate pT


Cannot simply blame gluon fragmentation

Cannot Simply Blame Gluon Fragmentation !

(SLD)

Gluon/Quark

~10-20% difference in baryon production between gluon and quark jets


String fragmentations suppress strange baryons

String Fragmentations Suppress Strange Baryons

Standard string fragmentation for

baryon formation through diquark

tunneling out of string potential:

dependence

m(ud-1) = 0.49 GeV

m(ud-0) = 0.42 GeV

predicts S=0.35L.

If S=0.35L, STAR data

would imply X ~> S ,

very unlikely !

RQMD

L

1/3

S+S-S0

Diquark fragmentation scheme for multi-strange baryon production

in A+A collisions – Ruled Out ?!

See M.Bleicher et al, PRL 88, 202501 (2002) on W Discussion,


Multi parton dynamics and baryon production

q

q

Anti-Baryon

Baryon

q

q

q

q

Multi-parton Dynamics and Baryon Production

Baryon (Hyperon) Production may be Enhanced by

Multi-parton Dynamics:

Gluon Junction Mechanism -- (Kharzeev, Gyulassy and Vance ….)

Junction

Quark Coalescence – (ALCOR-J.Zimanyi et al, AMPT-Lin et al,

Molnar+Voloshin …..)

Quark Recombination – (R.J. Fries et al….)

Key Measurement: S0/L Ratio  0.35 String Fragmentation

 0.65-0.75 Thermal Statistical

 1 Gluon Junction/Coalescence

Physics Implication of multi-parton dynamics on v2 and RAA


Thermal statistical model

Thermal Statistical Model

Particle Density

Modified Bessel Function

Must Include all particles including resonances !!

Physical meaning of gs – phase space suppresion factor


Thermal statistical model1

Thermal Statistical Model

200 GeV


Strangeness enhancement and g s

Strangeness Enhancement and gs


Chemical freeze out @ phase boundary

Chemical Freeze-out @ Phase Boundary


Misleadingly appealing and beautiful

Misleadingly Appealing and Beautiful

Becattini: T=170, gs=1

PBM (PLB518,(2000)41) predicts y=0

ratios almost exactly

K-/K+=

exp(2ms/T)(pbar/p)1/3

K- /K+=(pbar/p)1/4 is

a fit to the data points

Agreement Appealing !

Conceptually ?

Equalibrium in local

spatial region --- But

Measurement in rapidity

bin -- Fireball emission

region in pT-y.

I. Bearden, BRAHMS


Kinetic and chemical freezeout

Kinetic and Chemical Freezeout


Strangeness production and thermal statistical model

Blast Wave

where:

E.Schnedermann et al, PRC48 (1993) 2462

r =s(r/R)n

STAR Preliminary


Blast wave fit

Blast Wave Fit

Parameters: Freeze-out T; Transverse Flow Velocity bT


Different freeze out conditions

Different Freeze-out Conditions

X/W

p/K/p

Multi-strange Baryons

freeze-out early:

high T and small v

Physical origin for

non-zero v?


Have we observed this

Have We Observed This ?


Strange baryon physics

Strange Baryon Physics

  • Wis special –

  • @AGS  Quark level clustering or coalescence

  • @SPS  Sensitive to dynamics of baryon number transport

  • @RHIC  v2 and transverse radial flow reflects partonic

  • collectivity

  • There may be a special di-Omega state [W-W] !

  • 2) Baryons, Strange Hyperons, --

  • Multi-parton Dynamics: Gluon Junctions, Quark Coalescence

  • Quark Recombinations ……

  • We began to investigate quantitatively features which may

  • be related to anisotropy and hadronization properties

  • of bulk partonic matter !

  • 3) Strange Baryons and Heavy Quarks Are Sensitive Probes of Bulk

  • Properties of Matter at RHIC !

  • STAR’s future Barrel TOF and MicroVertex detector upgrade will

  • greatly enhance STAR’s physics capability on these topics.


End of talk

END of Talk


Strangeness production and thermal statistical model

Statistical QCD

photon spin electrons spin

gluon spin, color quarks spin, color, flavor

Energy density reflects the information on what the matter is made of !


Strange baryons and dynamics of early stages

Strange Baryons and Dynamics of Early Stages

Precision Measurement of X and W Spectra Shape

at the Low pT Region is Needed !!

Javier Castillo


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