Directed flow in Au+Au collisions at s(NN)**(1/2) = 62-GeV

The STAR collaboration
Phys.Rev.C 73 (2006) 034903, 2006.

Abstract
We present the directed flow ($v_1$) measured in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{_{NN}}}$ = 62.4 GeV in the mid-pseudorapidity region $|\eta|<1.3$ and in the forward pseudorapidity region $2.5 < |\eta| < 4.0$. The results are obtained using the three-particle cumulant method, the event plane method with mixed harmonics, and for the first time at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC), the standard method with the event plane reconstructed from spectator neutrons. Results from all three methods are in good agreement. Over the pseudorapidity range studied, charged particle directed flow is in the direction opposite to that of fragmentation neutrons.

  • Table 1a

    Data from Figure 1

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    Directed flow of charged particles as a function of pseudorapidity, for centrality 10%-70%.

  • Table 1b

    Data from Figure 1

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    Directed flow of charged particles as a function of pseudorapidity, for centrality 10%-70%.

  • Table 1c

    Data from Figure 1

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    Directed flow of charged particles as a function of pseudorapidity, for centrality 10%-70%.

  • Table 1d

    AMPT model from Figure 1

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    Directed flow of charged particles as a function of pseudorapidity, for centrality 10%-70%.

  • Table 1e

    RQMD model from Figure 1

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    Directed flow of charged particles as a function of pseudorapidity, for centrality 10%-70%.

  • Table 1f

    UrQMD model from Figure 1

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    Directed flow of charged particles as a function of pseudorapidity, for centrality 10%-70%.

  • Table 2a

    Data from Figure 2

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    $v_1$ versus rapidity for charged particles.

  • Table 2b

    Data from Figure 2

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    $v_1$ versus rapidity for pions.

  • Table 2c

    Data from Figure 2

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    $v_1$ versus rapidity for protons.

  • Table 3per

    Data from Figure 3

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    Directed flow of charged particles as a function of pseudorapidity for the 60-70% and 70-80% centrality classes.

  • Table 3semi

    Data from Figure 3

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    Directed flow of charged particles as a function of pseudorapidity for the 10-20%, 20-30%, 30-40%, 40-50% and 50-60% centrality classes.

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    Data from Figure 3

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    Directed flow of charged particles as a function of pseudorapidity for the 5-10% centrality class.

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    Data from Figure 3

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    Directed flow of charged particles as a function of pseudorapidity for the 0-5% centrality class.

  • Table 4upper

    Data from Figure 4 (upper panel)

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    $v_1${3} versus $p_t$ measured in the main TPC (|$\eta$| < 1.3), for centrality 10%-70%.

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    Data from Figure 4 (lower panel)

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    $v_1${3} versus $p_t$ measured in the Forward TPC (2.5 < |$\eta$| < 4.0), for different centralities.

  • Table 5

    Data from Figure 5

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    Directed flow of charged particles as a function of impact parameter for the mid-pseudorapidity region (|$\eta$| < 1.3) and the...

  • Table 6a

    Data from Figure 6

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    Charged particle $v_1$ for Au+Au collisions (10%-70%) at 200 GeV as a function of $\eta-y_{beam}$.

  • Table 6b

    Data from Figure 6

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    Charged particle $v_1$ for Au+Au collisions (10%-70%) at 62.4 GeV as a function of $\eta-y_{beam}$.

  • Table 6c

    Data from Figure 6

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    Charged particle $v_1$ for Pb+Pb collisions (12.5%-33.5%) at 17.2 GeV as a function of $y-y_{beam}$.

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