2018 Impact factor 2.481
Hadrons and Nuclei
Eur. Phys. J. A 5, 429-440

Fragmentation and multifragmentation of 10.6A GeV gold nuclei

The EMU - 01 Collaboration

M.I. Adamovich13 - M.M. Aggarwal 4 - Y.A. Alexandrov13 - R. Amirikas17 - N.P. Andreeva1 - S.K. Badyal8 - A.M. Bakich17 - E.S. Basova18 - K.B. Bhalla7 - A. Bhasin8 - V.S. Bhatia4 - V. Bradnova6 - V.I. Bubnov1 - X. Cai20 - I.Y. Chasnikov1 - G.M. Chen2 - L.P. Chernova19 - M.M. Chernyavsky13 - S. Dhamija4 - K. El Chenawi11 - D. Felea3 - S.Q. Feng20 - L.N. Filippova1 - A.S. Gaitinov1 - E.R. Ganssauge12 - S. Garpman11 - S.G. Gerassimov13 - A. Gheata3 - M. Gheata3 - J. Grote15 - K.G. Gulamov19 - S.K. Gupta7 - V.K. Gupta8 - M. Haiduc3 - D. Hasegan3 - U. Henjes12 - B. Jakobsson11 - L. Just21 - E.K. Kanygina1 - S.P. Kharlamov13 - A.D. Kovalenko6 - S.A. Krasnov6 - V. Kumar7 - V.G. Larionova13 - I.A. Lebedev1 - Y.X. Li5 - L.S. Liu20 - Z.G. Liu5 - J.J. Lord15 - N.S. Lukicheva19 - Y. Lu2 - S.B. Luo10 - L.K. Mangotra8 - I. Manhas8 - I.S. Mittra4 - A.K. Musaeva1 - S.Z. Nasyrov18 - V.S. Navotny19 - J. Nystrand11 - G.I. Orlova13 - I. Otterlund11 - L.S. Peak17 - N.G. Peresadko13 - N.V. Petrov18 - V.A. Plyushchev14 - W.Y. Qian20 - Y.M. Qin10 - R. Raniwala7 - N.K. Rao8 - J.T. Rhee16 - M. Roeper12 - V.V. Rusakova6 - N. Saidkhanov19 - N.A. Salmanova13 - A.M. Seitimbetov1 - R. Sethi4 - B. Singh7 - D. Skelding15 - V.I. Skorobogatova1 - K. Söderström11 - E. Stenlund11 - L.N. Svechnikova19 - T. Svensson11 - A.M. Tawfik12 - N.K. Rao8 - J.T. Rhee16 - M. Roeper12 - V.V. Rusakova6 - N. Saidkhanov19 - N.A. Salmanova13 - A.M. Seitimbetov1 - R. Sethi4 - B. Singh7 - D. Skelding15 - V.I. Skorobogatova1 - K. Söderström11 - E. Stenlund11 - L.N. Svechnikova19 - T. Svensson11 - A.M. Tawfik12 - V. Topor Pop3 - M.I. Tretyakova13 - T.P. Trofimova18 - U.I. Tuleeva18 - B.P. Tursunov18 - Vani Vashisht4 - S. Vokal9 - J. Vrlakova9 - H.Q. Wang11,20 - S.H. Wang2 - X.R. Wang20 - J.G. Wang17 - Z.Q. Weng5 - R.J. Wilkes15 - C.B. Yang20 - Z.B. Yin20 - L.Z. Yu20 - I.S. Zgura3 - D.H. Zhang10 - P.Y. Zheng2 - S.I. Zhokhova19 - D.C. Zhou20

1 High Energy Physics Institute, Almaty, Kazakstan
2 Institute of High Energy Physics, Academia Sinica, Beijing, P.R. China
3 Institute of Space Sciences, Bucharest, Romania
4 Department of Physics, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India
5 Department of Physics, Hunan Education Institute, Changsha, Hunan, P.R. China
6 Laboratory of High Energies, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR), Dubna, Russia
7Department of Physics, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, India
8 Department of Physics, University of Jammu, Jammu, India
9 Department of Nuclear Physics, University of P. J. Safarik, Kosice, Slovakia
10 Department of Physics, Shanxi Normal University, Linfen, Shanxi, P.R. China
11 Department of Physics, University of Lund, Lund, Sweden
12 F.B. Physik, Philipps University, Marburg, Germany
13 P.N. Lebedev Institute of Physics, Moscow, Russia
14 V.G. Khlopin Radium Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia
15 Department of Physics, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.
16 Department of Physics, Kon-kuk University, Seoul, Korea
17 School of Physics, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
18 Lab. of Relativistic Nuclear Physics, Institute of Nuclear Physics, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
19 Lab. of High Energies, Physical-Technical Institute, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
20 Institute of Particle Physics, Hua-Zhong Normal University, Wuhan, Hubei, P.R. China
21 Institute of Experimental Physics, Slovac Academy of Science, Kosice, Slovakia

Received: 2 July 1998 / Revised version: 26 March 1999 Communicated by C. Signorini

Abstract
The experimental data on the interactions of 10.6A GeV gold nuclei in nuclear emulsions are analyzed with particular emphasis of target separation interactions and study of critical exponents. Charged fragment moments, conditional moments as well as two and three - body asymmetries of the fast moving Relativistic heavy-ion collisions

PACS
25.75.-q Relativistic heavy-ion collisions


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