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Review of the light nuclei production in both theoretical and experimental side
Speaker: Dr. Dmytro Oliinychenko (LBNL,NSD)
Time: Sep 1(Tuesday) 10:00am (New York), 7:00am (San Fransisco), 4:00pm (Frankfurt) 7:30pm(New Delhi), 10:00pm (Beijing), 11:00pm (Tokyo)
Abstract: Light nuclei, such as deuteron, triton, hypertriton and helium, as well as their anti-nuclei, are very delicate probes of ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions. Their binding energies are much smaller than the temperatures reached in the fireball. How do they survive it? Do their wavefunctions play a role for their production or not? How is a large hypertriton (barely bound deuteron + Lambda at average distance of ~10 fm) produced in a small proton-proton collision? Can one probe a critical point using the light nuclei? Can anti-nuclei in space originate from exotic sources like anti-stars or they come from ordinary pp collisions? In the talk I summarize the status of these questions through the prism of recent measurements and theoretical developments.
Chair: Che-Ming Ko
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