20190621 12:21 
[GSI201900752]
Report/Journal Article
Martynov, D. ; Miao, H. ; Yang, H. ; et al
Exploring the sensitivity of gravitational wave detectors to neutron star physics
[arXiv:1901.03885]
ddc:530
Detailed record  Similar records

20190614 13:20 
[GSI201900743]
Report/Journal Article
Ablikim, M. ; Achasov, M. N. ; Ahmed, S. A. N. ; et al
Evidence of a resonant structure in the $e^+e^\to \pi^+D^0D^{*}$ cross section between 4.05 and 4.60 GeV
[arXiv:1808.02847]
The cross section of the process e+e→π+D0D* for centerofmass energies from 4.05 to 4.60 GeV is measured precisely using data samples collected with the BESIII detector operating at the BEPCII storage ring. Two enhancements are clearly visible in the cross section around 4.23 and 4.40 GeV. [...]
OpenAccess: PDF;
ddc:530
Detailed record  Similar records

20190531 13:40 
[GSI201900697]
Report/Journal Article
König, S. ; Lee, D.
Volume Dependence of NBody Bound States
[arXiv:1701.00279]
We derive the finitevolume correction to the binding energy of an N particle quantum bound state in a cubic periodic volume. Our results are applicable to bound states with arbitrary composition and total angular momentum, and in any number of spatial dimensions. [...]
OpenAccess: PDF;
ddc:530
Detailed record  Similar records

20190531 13:05 
[GSI201900694]
Report/Journal Article
Klasen, M. ; KleinBösing, C. ; Poppenborg, H.
Prompt photon production and photonjet correlations at the LHCi
[MSTP1709; arXiv:1709.04154]
Nexttoleading order predictions matched to parton showers are compared with recent ATLAS data on isolated photon production and CMS data on associated photon and jet production in pp and pPb collisions at different centreofmass energies of the LHC. We find good agreement and, as expected, considerably reduced scale uncertainties compared to previous theoretical calculations. [...]
OpenAccess: PDF;
ddc:530
Detailed record  Similar records

20190531 12:45 
[GSI201900693]
Report/Journal Article
Lo, P. M.
Resonance decay dynamics and their effects on $p_T$spectra of pions in heavyion collisions
[arXiv:1705.01514]
The influence of resonance decay dynamics on the momentum spectra of pions in heavyion collisions is examined. Taking the decay processes ω→3π and ρ→2π as examples, I demonstrate how the resonance width and details of decay dynamics (via the decay matrix element) can modify the physical observables. [...]
OpenAccess: PDF;
ddc:530
Detailed record  Similar records

20190529 14:19 
[GSI201900692]
Report/Journal Article
Braun, J. ; Leonhardt, M. ; Pospiech, M.
Fierzcomplete NJL model study. II. Toward the fixedpoint and phase structure of hot and dense twoflavor QCD
[arXiv:1801.08338]
NambuJonaLasiniotype models are often employed as lowenergy models for the theory of the strong interaction to analyze its phase structure at finite temperature and quark chemical potential. In particular, at low temperature and large chemical potential, where the application of fully firstprinciples approaches is currently difficult at best, this class of models still plays a prominent role in guiding our understanding of the dynamics of dense stronginteraction matter. [...]
OpenAccess: PDF;
ddc:530
Detailed record  Similar records

20190528 12:54 
[GSI201900691]
Report/Journal Article
Moreira de Godoy, D. ; Herrmann, F. ; Klasen, M. ; et al
Elliptic flow of electrons from beautyhadron decays extracted from PbPb collision data at $\sqrt{s_{\rm NN}}$ = 2.76 TeV
[arXiv:1705.00161]
We present a calculation of the elliptic flow of electrons from beautyhadron decays in semicentral Pb–Pb collisions at centreofmass energy per colliding nucleon pair, represented as $\sqrt{s_\mathrm{NN}}$ , of 2.76 TeV. The result is obtained by the subtraction of the charmquark contribution in the elliptic flow of electrons from heavyflavour hadron decays in semicentral Pb–Pb collisions at $\sqrt{s_\mathrm{NN}} = 2.76\ \hbox {TeV}$ recently made publicly available by the ALICE collaboration..
OpenAccess: PDF;
ddc:530
Detailed record  Similar records

20190528 12:47 
[GSI201900690]
Report/Journal Article
Fieguth, A. ; Hoferichter, M. ; Klos, P. ; et al
Discriminating WIMPnucleus response functions in present and future XENONlike direct detection experiments
[INTPUB18006; arXiv:1802.04294]
The standard interpretation of directdetection limits on dark matter involves particular assumptions of the underlying WIMPnucleus interaction, such as, in the simplest case, the choice of a Helm form factor that phenomenologically describes an isoscalar spinindependent interaction. In general, the interaction of dark matter with the target nuclei may well proceed via different mechanisms, which would lead to a different shape of the corresponding nuclear structure factors as a function of the momentum transfer q. [...]
OpenAccess: PDF;
ddc:530
Detailed record  Similar records

20190528 10:20 
[GSI201900689]
Report/Journal Article
Lo, P. M. ; Szymański, M. ; Redlich, K. ; et al
Polyakov loop fluctuations in the presence of external fields
[arXiv:1801.08040]
We study the implications of the spontaneous and explicit Z(3) center symmetry breaking for the Polyakov loop susceptibilities. To this end, ratios of the susceptibilities of the real and imaginary parts, as well as of the modulus of the Polyakov loop are computed within an effective model using a color group integration scheme. [...]
OpenAccess: PDF;
ddc:530
Detailed record  Similar records

20190528 10:03 
[GSI201900688]
Report/Journal Article
Durant, V. ; Capel, P. ; Huth, L. ; et al
Doublefolding potentials from chiral effective field theory
[arXiv:1708.02527]
The determination of nucleus–nucleus potentials is important not only to describe the properties of the colliding system, but also to extract nuclearstructure information and for modelling nuclear reactions for astrophysics. We present the first determination of doublefolding potentials based on chiral effective field theory at leading, nexttoleading, and nexttonexttoleading order. [...]
OpenAccess: PDF;
ddc:530
Detailed record  Similar records


