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Azimuthally anisotropic emission of low-momentum direct photons in Au + Au collisions at sNN =200 GeV

  • Author(s): Adare, A
  • Afanasiev, S
  • Aidala, C
  • Ajitanand, NN
  • Akiba, Y
  • Akimoto, R
  • Al-Bataineh, H
  • Alexander, J
  • Alfred, M
  • Al-Ta'Ani, H
  • Angerami, A
  • Aoki, K
  • Apadula, N
  • Aramaki, Y
  • Asano, H
  • Aschenauer, EC
  • Atomssa, ET
  • Averbeck, R
  • Awes, TC
  • Azmoun, B
  • Babintsev, V
  • Bai, M
  • Baksay, G
  • Baksay, L
  • Bandara, NS
  • Bannier, B
  • Barish, KN
  • Bassalleck, B
  • Basye, AT
  • Bathe, S
  • Baublis, V
  • Baumann, C
  • Baumgart, S
  • Bazilevsky, A
  • Beaumier, M
  • Beckman, S
  • Belikov, S
  • Belmont, R
  • Bennett, R
  • Berdnikov, A
  • Berdnikov, Y
  • Bickley, AA
  • Blau, DS
  • Bok, JS
  • Boyle, K
  • Brooks, ML
  • Bryslawskyj, J
  • Buesching, H
  • Bumazhnov, V
  • Bunce, G
  • Butsyk, S
  • Camacho, CM
  • Campbell, S
  • Castera, P
  • Chen, CH
  • Chi, CY
  • Chiu, M
  • Choi, IJ
  • Choi, JB
  • Choi, S
  • Choudhury, RK
  • Christiansen, P
  • Chujo, T
  • Chung, P
  • Chvala, O
  • Cianciolo, V
  • Citron, Z
  • Cole, BA
  • Connors, M
  • Constantin, P
  • Csanád, M
  • Csörgo, T
  • Dahms, T
  • Dairaku, S
  • Danchev, I
  • Danley, TW
  • Das, K
  • Datta, A
  • Daugherity, MS
  • David, G
  • Deblasio, K
  • Dehmelt, K
  • Denisov, A
  • Deshpande, A
  • Desmond, EJ
  • Dharmawardane, KV
  • Dietzsch, O
  • Ding, L
  • Dion, A
  • Diss, PB
  • Do, JH
  • Donadelli, M
  • D'Orazio, L
  • Drapier, O
  • Drees, A
  • Drees, KA
  • Durham, JM
  • Durum, A
  • Dutta, D
  • Edwards, S
  • et al.
Abstract

© 2016 American Physical Society. The PHENIX experiment at the BNL Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider has measured second- and third-order Fourier coefficients of the azimuthal distributions of direct photons emitted at midrapidity in Au+Au collisions at sNN=200 GeV for various collision centralities. Combining two different analysis techniques, results were obtained in the transverse momentum range of 0.4

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