Publications of the HEHI group from 1996 and on



The NA44 collaboration.

See also this and this page at Spires for an overview of NA44 papers.

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The E866 collaboration:

See also this, this, this, and this, page at Spires for an overview of E802/E866 papers.

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The HELIOS (NA34-3) collaboration:

  • Low mass lepton pair production in p+Be collisions at 450 GeV/c:
    Zeitschrift f. Physik. C68 (1995) 47.
  • A study of electron-muon pair production at 450 GeV/c in p+Be coll.:
    Zeitschrift f. Physik. C72 (1996) 429.

See also this and this page at Spires for more on HELIOS publications.

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The HECTOR collaboration:

  • The Giant Dipole Resonance in very Hot Nuclei of Mass A=115.
    Physical Review, C53 (1996) 2258.
  • Collective motion in highly excited 272Hs (Z=108) nuclei.
    Physical Review Letters 76 (1996) 1035.
  • Array of HPGe detectors as a trigger in GDR studies.
    Proceedings of the Piaski symposium. Poland. Acta Physica Polonica, B27 (1996) 541.
  • The damping of giant resonances in hot nuclei.
    Nuclear Physics, A599 (1996).
  • Limiting Temperature for Collective Motion: The Giant Dipole Resonance in Very Hot Nuclei.
    Nuclear Physics, A599 (1996) 63.
  • GDR studies using HPGe arrays.
    Acta Physica Polonica, 28 (1997) 207.
  • Angular momentum dependence of the GDR width in Sn nuclei at fixed excitation energy.
    Phys. Lett. B364. (1995) 13, Nuclear Physics A612 (1997)262.
  • Hot nuclei. Effective Shapes and Entrance Channel Effects
    Acta Physica Hungarica, Heavy Ion Physics 5 (1997).
  • Giant resonances built on superdeformed states.
    Europhysics Journal, A2 (1998) 1.
  • Probing the shapes of hot 194Hg at high spins with the giant dipole resonance decay in selected cascades.
    Physical Review, C60 (1999) 143061.

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The BRAHMS collaboration:

See also this and this page at Spires for more on BRAHMS publications

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The ALICE collaboration:

See also this and this page at Spires for more information on ALICE publications

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Ph.D. Theses:

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Master Theses:

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