Table 1
Data from Fig. 3a
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Gap fraction as a function of leading dijet rapidity separation.
Data from Fig. 3a
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Gap fraction as a function of leading dijet rapidity separation.
Data from Fig. 3b
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Gap fraction as a function of leading dijet scalar mean pT in GeV.
Data from Fig. 4a
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Mean number of jets in rapidity interval as a function of leading dijet rapidity separation.
Data from Fig. 4b
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Mean number of jets in rapidity interval as a function of leading dijet scalar mean pT in GeV.
Data from Fig. 5a
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First azimuthal angular moment as a function of leading dijet rapidity separation.
Data from Fig. 5b
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First azimuthal angular moment as a function of leading dijet scalar mean pT in GeV.
Data from Fig. 5c
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Ratio of second azimuthal angular moment to first as a function of leading dijet rapidity separation.
Data from Fig. 5d
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Ratio of second azimuthal angular moment to first as a function of leading dijet scalar mean pT in GeV.
Data from Fig. 6a
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First azimuthal angular moment as a function of leading dijet rapidity separation.
Data from Fig. 6b
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First azimuthal angular moment as a function of leading dijet scalar mean pT in GeV.
Data from Fig. 6c
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Ratio of second azimuthal angular moment to first as a function of leading dijet rapidity separation.
Data from Fig. 6d
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Ratio of second azimuthal angular moment to first as a function of leading dijet scalar mean pT in GeV.
Data from Fig. 7
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Differential cross section as a function of dijet azimuthal separation for events satisfying 0 < dijet rapidity separation <= 1.
Data from Fig. 7
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Differential cross section as a function of dijet azimuthal separation for events satisfying 1 < dijet rapidity separation <= 2.
Data from Fig. 7
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Differential cross section as a function of dijet azimuthal separation for events satisfying 2 < dijet rapidity separation <= 3.
Data from Fig. 7
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Differential cross section as a function of dijet azimuthal separation for events satisfying 3 < dijet rapidity separation <= 4.
Data from Fig. 7
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Differential cross section as a function of dijet azimuthal separation for events satisfying 4 < dijet rapidity separation <= 5.
Data from Fig. 7
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Differential cross section as a function of dijet azimuthal separation for events satisfying 5 < dijet rapidity separation <= 6.
Data from Fig. 7
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Differential cross section as a function of dijet azimuthal separation for events satisfying 6 < dijet rapidity separation <= 7.
Data from Fig. 7
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Differential cross section as a function of dijet azimuthal separation for events satisfying 7 < dijet rapidity separation <= 8.
Data from Fig. 8
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Differential cross section as a function of dijet azimuthal separation for events satisfying 0 < dijet rapidity separation <= 1.
Data from Fig. 8
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Differential cross section as a function of dijet azimuthal separation for events satisfying 1 < dijet rapidity separation <= 2.
Data from Fig. 8
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Differential cross section as a function of dijet azimuthal separation for events satisfying 2 < dijet rapidity separation <= 3.
Data from Fig. 8
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Differential cross section as a function of dijet azimuthal separation for events satisfying 3 < dijet rapidity separation <= 4.
Data from Fig. 8
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Differential cross section as a function of dijet azimuthal separation for events satisfying 4 < dijet rapidity separation <= 5.
Data from Fig. 8
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Differential cross section as a function of dijet azimuthal separation for events satisfying 5 < dijet rapidity separation <= 6.
Data from Fig. 8
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Differential cross section as a function of dijet azimuthal separation for events satisfying 6 < dijet rapidity separation <= 7.
Data from Fig. 8
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Differential cross section as a function of dijet azimuthal separation for events satisfying 7 < dijet rapidity separation <= 8.
Data from Fig. 14
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Gap fraction as a function of veto scale in GeV for events satisfying 0 < dijet rapidity separation <= 1.
Data from Fig. 14
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Gap fraction as a function of veto scale in GeV for events satisfying 1 < dijet rapidity separation <= 2.
Data from Fig. 14
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Gap fraction as a function of veto scale in GeV for events satisfying 2 < dijet rapidity separation <= 3.
Data from Fig. 14
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Gap fraction as a function of veto scale in GeV for events satisfying 3 < dijet rapidity separation <= 4.
Data from Fig. 14
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Gap fraction as a function of veto scale in GeV for events satisfying 4 < dijet rapidity separation <= 5.
Data from Fig. 14
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Gap fraction as a function of veto scale in GeV for events satisfying 5 < dijet rapidity separation <= 6.
Data from Fig. 14
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Gap fraction as a function of veto scale in GeV for events satisfying 6 < dijet rapidity separation <= 7.
Data from Fig. 14
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Gap fraction as a function of veto scale in GeV for events satisfying 7 < dijet rapidity separation <= 8.
Data from Fig. 15a
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Second azimuthal angular moment as a function of leading dijet rapidity separation.
Data from Fig. 15b
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Second azimuthal angular moment as a function of leading dijet scalar mean pT in GeV.
Data from Fig. 15c
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Second azimuthal angular moment as a function of leading dijet rapidity separation.
Data from Fig. 15d
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Second azimuthal angular moment as a function of leading dijet scalar mean pT in GeV.
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