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Resonances as a possible observable of hot and dense nuclear matter

Abstract : One of the most fundamental questions in the field of relativistic heavy ion physics is how to reach and explore densities which are needed to cross the chiral and/or the deconfinement phase transition. In this analysis we investigate the information we can gather by analyzing baryonic and mesonic resonances on the hot and dense phase in such nuclear reactions. The decay products of these resonances carry information on the resonances properties at the space time point of their decay. We especially investigate the percentage of reconstructable resonances as a function of density for heavy ion collisions in the energy range between $E_{lab}$ = 30 AGeV and $\sqrt{s}$ = 200 AGeV, the energy domain between the future FAIR facility and the present RHIC collider.
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S. Vogel, Jörg Aichelin, M. Bleicher. Resonances as a possible observable of hot and dense nuclear matter. SQM2009 – International Conference on Strangeness in Quark Matter, Sep 2009, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. pp.094046, ⟨10.1088/0954-3899/37/9/094046⟩. ⟨in2p3-00516622⟩



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