Recent results from E866

L. Ahle, Y. Akiba, K. Ashktorab, M. Baker, D. Beavis, H. C. Britt, J. Chang, C. Chasman, Z. Chen, C. Y. Chi, Y. Y. Chu, V. Cianciolo, B. A. Cole, H. J. Crawford, J. B. Cumming, R. Debbe, W. Eldredge, J. Engelage, S. Y. Fung, M. GoninS. Gushue, H. Hamagaki, L. F. Hansen, R. S. Hayano, S. Hayashi, G. Heintzelman, S. Homma, E. Judd, H. Kaneko, J. Kang, E. J. Kim, A. Kumagai, K. Kurita, J. H. Lee, M. J. Le vine, H. Liu, J. Luke, Y. Miake, A. Mignerey, B. Moskowitz, M. Moulson, S. Nagamiya, M. N. Namboodiri, C. Ogilvie, J. Olness, L. P. Remsberg, J. Ryan, H. Sako, T. C. Sangster, R. seto, J. Shea, K. Shigaki, R. Soltz, S. G. Steadman, G. S.F. Stephans, M. J. Tannenbaum, J. H. Thomas, F. Videbæk, F. Wang, Y. Wang, D. Woodruff, Y. Wu, H. Xiang, G. H. Xu, K. Yagi, X. Yang, W. A. Zajc, Q. Zhu, F. Zhu

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The E866 experimental setup has been upgraded by addition of a forward spectrometer to handle the large multiplicities in central Au+Au collisions at AGS. Furthermore, new global detectors have been added to gain insight into the reaction dynamics and enable studies of flow effects. The report presents preliminary rapidity distributions for protons and produced mesons in central collisions. The shape of mt-spectra of pions is discussed. Examples of the measurements which can be done with a new multiplicity array are presented.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)249-258
Number of pages10
JournalNuclear Physics, Section A
Issue number1-2
Publication statusPublished - 1995 Jul 24

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Funding Information:
of semi-inclusive spectra and collective effects in Au+Au collisions at AGS energies. This work is supported by the U.S. Department of Energy under contracts with BNL, Columbia University, LLNL, MIT, UC Riverside and by NASA under contract with University of California, and by the US-Japan High Energy Physics Collaboration Treaty.

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  • Nuclear and High Energy Physics


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