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Measurement of Z0-boson production at large rapidities in Pb–Pb collisions at sNN=5.02TeV

  • Author(s): Acharya, S
  • Adamová, D
  • Adolfsson, J
  • Aggarwal, MM
  • Aglieri Rinella, G
  • Agnello, M
  • Agrawal, N
  • Ahammed, Z
  • Ahn, SU
  • Aiola, S
  • Akindinov, A
  • Al-Turany, M
  • Alam, SN
  • Albuquerque, DSD
  • Aleksandrov, D
  • Alessandro, B
  • Alfaro Molina, R
  • Ali, Y
  • Alici, A
  • Alkin, A
  • Alme, J
  • Alt, T
  • Altenkamper, L
  • Altsybeev, I
  • Andrei, C
  • Andreou, D
  • Andrews, HA
  • Andronic, A
  • Angeletti, M
  • Anguelov, V
  • Anson, C
  • Antičić, T
  • Antinori, F
  • Antonioli, P
  • Apadula, N
  • Aphecetche, L
  • Appelshäuser, H
  • Arcelli, S
  • Arnaldi, R
  • Arnold, OW
  • Arsene, IC
  • Arslandok, M
  • Audurier, B
  • Augustinus, A
  • Averbeck, R
  • Azmi, MD
  • Badalà, A
  • Baek, YW
  • Bagnasco, S
  • Bailhache, R
  • Bala, R
  • Baldisseri, A
  • Ball, M
  • Baral, RC
  • Barbano, AM
  • Barbera, R
  • Barile, F
  • Barioglio, L
  • Barnaföldi, GG
  • Barnby, LS
  • Barret, V
  • Bartalini, P
  • Barth, K
  • Bartsch, E
  • Bastid, N
  • Basu, S
  • Batigne, G
  • Batyunya, B
  • Batzing, PC
  • Bazo Alba, JL
  • Bearden, IG
  • Beck, H
  • Bedda, C
  • Behera, NK
  • Belikov, I
  • Bellini, F
  • Bello Martinez, H
  • Bellwied, R
  • Beltran, LGE
  • Belyaev, V
  • Bencedi, G
  • Beole, S
  • Bercuci, A
  • Berdnikov, Y
  • Berenyi, D
  • Bertens, RA
  • Berzano, D
  • Betev, L
  • Bhaduri, PP
  • Bhasin, A
  • Bhat, IR
  • Bhattacharjee, B
  • Bhom, J
  • et al.

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https://arxiv.org/abs/1711.10753
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Abstract

© 2018 The Author(s) The production of Z0 bosons at large rapidities in Pb–Pb collisions at sNN=5.02TeV is reported. Z0 candidates are reconstructed in the dimuon decay channel (Z0→μ+μ−), based on muons selected with pseudo-rapidity −4.0<η<−2.5 and pT>20GeV/c. The invariant yield and the nuclear modification factor, RAA, are presented as a function of rapidity and collision centrality. The value of RAA for the 0–20% central Pb–Pb collisions is 0.67±0.11(stat.)±0.03(syst.)±0.06(corr. syst.), exhibiting a deviation of 2.6σ from unity. The results are well-described by calculations that include nuclear modifications of the parton distribution functions, while the predictions using vacuum PDFs deviate from data by 2.3σ in the 0–90% centrality class and by 3σ in the 0–20% central collisions.

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