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Non-extensive statistics and understanding particle production and kinetic freeze-out process from pT-spectra at 2.76 TeV

  • Bhaskar DeEmail author
Regular Article - Theoretical Physics

Abstract.

An approach, based on Tsallis non-extensive statistics, has been employed, here, to analyse, systematically, the p T -spectra of various identified secondary hadrons like pions, kaons, protons and antiprotons, produced in different central Pb + Pb interactions at LHC energy 2.76TeV in terms of multiplicity and temperature fluctuations. The results, thus obtained, have been utilized to understand the various stages of different types of hadron production during evolution of the fireball produced in such collisions.

Keywords

Heavy Baryon Average Multiplicity Transverse Momentum Spectrum Participant Nucleon Secondary Hadron 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of PhysicsA. P. C. Roy Government CollegeWest BengalIndia

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