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Two- and three-pion quantum statistics correlations in Pb-Pb collisions at $\sqrt{{s}_{NN}} =$ 2.76 TeV at the CERN Large Hadron Collider

The ALICE collaboration
Phys.Rev. C89 (2014) 024911, 2014

Abstract (data abstract)
CERN-LHC. The r3 variable is measured with charged pions in Pb-Pb collisions at the LHC. The following measurements are reported: - C2 for same- and mixed-charge pairs versus qinv for six kT intervals and two centrality intervals. - C2 fit parameters: lambda and Rch - C3 and c3 for same- and mixed-charge triplets versus Q3 in two KT3 intervals and six centrality intervals. - r3 versus Q3 in two different KT3 intervals and six different centrality intervals.

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    Data from Figure 2 (same-charge)

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    C2 versus qinv for same-charge pions in six kT intervals. 0-5% centrality.

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    Data from Figure 2 (mixed-charge)

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    C2 versus qinv for mixed-charge pions in six kT intervals. 0-5% centrality.

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    Data from Figure 3 (same-charge)

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    C2 versus qinv for same-charge pions in six kT intervals. 45-50% centrality.

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    Data from Figure 3 (mixed-charge)

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    C2 versus qinv for mixed-charge pions in six kT intervals. 45-50% centrality.

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    Data from Figure 4

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    Fit parameters from two-pion correlations. 0-5% and 45-50% centrality. EW = Edgeworth, Gauss=Gaussian.

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    Data from Figure 6 (C3)

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    C3 versus Q3 for same-charge pions in six centrality intervals. Low KT3.

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    Data from Figure 6 (c3, cumulant)

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    Cummulant c3 versus Q3 for same-charge pions in six centrality intervals. Low KT3.

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    Data from Figure 7 (C3)

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    C3 versus Q3 for same-charge pions in six centrality intervals. High KT3.

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    Data from Figure 7 (c3, cumulant)

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    Cummulant c3 versus Q3 for same-charge pions in six centrality intervals. High KT3.

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    Data from Figure 8 (C3)

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    C3 versus Q3 for mixed-charge pions in six centrality intervals. Low KT3.

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    Data from Figure 8 (c3, cumulant)

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    Cummulant c3 versus Q3 for mixed-charge pions in six centrality intervals. Low KT3.

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    Data from Figure 9 (C3)

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    C3 versus Q3 for mixed-charge pions in six centrality intervals. High KT3.

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    Data from Figure 9 (c3, cumulant)

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    Cummulant c3 versus Q3 for mixed-charge pions in six centrality intervals. High KT3.

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    Data from Figure 10 and 11 (PRC), 7a and 7b (arXiv)

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    r3 for 0-5% centrality.

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    Data from Figure 10 and 11 (PRC), 7a and 7b (arXiv)

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    r3 for 5-10% centrality.

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    Data from Figure 10 and 11 (PRC), 7a and 7b (arXiv)

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    r3 for 10-20% centrality.

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    Data from Figure 10 and 11 (PRC), 7a and 7b (arXiv)

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    r3 for 20-30% centrality.

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    Data from Figure 10 and 11 (PRC), 7a and 7b (arXiv)

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    r3 for 30-40% centrality.

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    Data from Figure 10 and 11 (PRC), 7a and 7b (arXiv)

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    r3 for 40-50% centrality.

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