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Characteristics of Strange Hadron Production in Some High Energy Collisions and the Role of Power Laws

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Author(s): Amar Chandra Das Ghosh | Subrata Bhattacharyya | Sunil Kumar Biswas | Goutam Sau

Journal: Advances in Molecular Imaging
ISSN 2161-6728

Volume: 02;
Issue: 01;
Start page: 1;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: Hadron-Nucleus Collisions | Inclusive Production | Scaling Phenomena | Power Laws

ABSTRACT
Studies on “strange” particle production have always occupied a very important space in the domain of Particle Physics. This was and is so, just because of some conjectures about specially abundant or excess production of “strange” particles, at certain stages and under certain conditions arising out of what goes by the name of “Standard” model in Particle Physics. With the help of Hagedornian power laws we have attempted to understand and interpret here the nature of the pT-spectra for the strange particle production in a few high energy nuclear collisions, some interesting ratio-behaviors and the characteristics of the nuclear modification factors that are measured in laboratory experiments. After obtaining and analysing the final results we do not confront any peculiarities or oddities or extraneous excesses in the properties of the relevant observables with no left-over problems or puzzles. The model(s) used by us work(s) quite well for explaining the measured data.

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