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  • Determination of azimuthal Anisotropy of neutral pions from the measured Anisotropy of photons in ultra-relativistic nuclear collisions
    Physics Letters B, 2000
    Co-Authors: Rashmi Raniwala, Sudhir Raniwala, Yogendra Viyogi

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    Abstract A method is suggested to deduce the Anisotropy in neutral pions by measuring the azimuthal Anisotropy of photons in ultra-relativistic nuclear collisions. The ratio of the estimated Anisotropy in photons to the Anisotropy in neutral pions is seen to scale with a parameter which depends on photon multiplicity and Anisotropy. This parameter can be determined from experimental data.

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  • Determination of azimuthal Anisotropy of neutral pions from the measured Anisotropy of photons in ultra-relativistic nuclear collisions
    Physics Letters B, 2000
    Co-Authors: Rashmi Raniwala, Sudhir Raniwala, Yogendra Viyogi

    Abstract:

    A method is suggested to deduce the Anisotropy in neutral pions by measuring
    the azimuthal Anisotropy of photons in ultra-relativistic nuclear collisions.
    The ratio of the estimated Anisotropy in photons to the Anisotropy in neutral
    pions is seen to scale with a parameter which depends on photon multiplicity
    and Anisotropy. This parameter can be determined from experimental data.Comment: LaTex, 10 pages with 4 Encapsulated Postscript figure

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Rashmi Raniwala – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Determination of azimuthal Anisotropy of neutral pions from the measured Anisotropy of photons in ultra-relativistic nuclear collisions
    Physics Letters B, 2000
    Co-Authors: Rashmi Raniwala, Sudhir Raniwala, Yogendra Viyogi

    Abstract:

    Abstract A method is suggested to deduce the Anisotropy in neutral pions by measuring the azimuthal Anisotropy of photons in ultra-relativistic nuclear collisions. The ratio of the estimated Anisotropy in photons to the Anisotropy in neutral pions is seen to scale with a parameter which depends on photon multiplicity and Anisotropy. This parameter can be determined from experimental data.

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  • Determination of azimuthal Anisotropy of neutral pions from the measured Anisotropy of photons in ultra-relativistic nuclear collisions
    Physics Letters B, 2000
    Co-Authors: Rashmi Raniwala, Sudhir Raniwala, Yogendra Viyogi

    Abstract:

    A method is suggested to deduce the Anisotropy in neutral pions by measuring
    the azimuthal Anisotropy of photons in ultra-relativistic nuclear collisions.
    The ratio of the estimated Anisotropy in photons to the Anisotropy in neutral
    pions is seen to scale with a parameter which depends on photon multiplicity
    and Anisotropy. This parameter can be determined from experimental data.Comment: LaTex, 10 pages with 4 Encapsulated Postscript figure

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Sudhir Raniwala – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Determination of azimuthal Anisotropy of neutral pions from the measured Anisotropy of photons in ultra-relativistic nuclear collisions
    Physics Letters B, 2000
    Co-Authors: Rashmi Raniwala, Sudhir Raniwala, Yogendra Viyogi

    Abstract:

    Abstract A method is suggested to deduce the Anisotropy in neutral pions by measuring the azimuthal Anisotropy of photons in ultra-relativistic nuclear collisions. The ratio of the estimated Anisotropy in photons to the Anisotropy in neutral pions is seen to scale with a parameter which depends on photon multiplicity and Anisotropy. This parameter can be determined from experimental data.

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  • Determination of azimuthal Anisotropy of neutral pions from the measured Anisotropy of photons in ultra-relativistic nuclear collisions
    Physics Letters B, 2000
    Co-Authors: Rashmi Raniwala, Sudhir Raniwala, Yogendra Viyogi

    Abstract:

    A method is suggested to deduce the Anisotropy in neutral pions by measuring
    the azimuthal Anisotropy of photons in ultra-relativistic nuclear collisions.
    The ratio of the estimated Anisotropy in photons to the Anisotropy in neutral
    pions is seen to scale with a parameter which depends on photon multiplicity
    and Anisotropy. This parameter can be determined from experimental data.Comment: LaTex, 10 pages with 4 Encapsulated Postscript figure

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