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Title: Measurement of the Sensitivity of Two-Particle Correlations in pp Collisions to the Presence of Hard Scatterings
Authors: Filmer, E.K.
Jackson, P.
Kong, A.X.Y.
Cakir, O.
Yildiz, H.D.
Kuday, S.
Turk, Cakir, I.
Keywords: ATLAS experiment
Azimuthal correlations
Correlation analysis
Integrated luminosity
Measurements of
Multiparticle production
Scattering process
Second order flows
Two-particle correlations
Issue Date: 2023
Publisher: American Physical Society
Abstract: A key open question in the study of multiparticle production in high-energy Formula Presented collisions is the relationship between the “ridge”—i.e., the observed azimuthal correlations between particles in the underlying event that extend over all rapidities—and hard or semihard scattering processes. In particular, it is not known whether jets or their soft fragments are correlated with particles in the underlying event. To address this question, two-particle correlations are measured in Formula Presented collisions at Formula Presented using data collected by the ATLAS experiment at the LHC, with an integrated luminosity of Formula Presented, in two different configurations. In the first case, charged particles associated with jets are excluded from the correlation analysis, while in the second case, correlations are measured between particles within jets and charged particles from the underlying event. Second-order flow coefficients, Formula Presented, are presented as a function of event multiplicity and transverse momentum. These measurements show that excluding particles associated with jets does not affect the measured correlations. Moreover, particles associated with jets do not exhibit any significant azimuthal correlations with the underlying event, ruling out hard processes contributing to the ridge. © 2023 CERN, for the ATLAS Collaboration.
ISSN: 0031-9007
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