Evidence of dynamical many-particle correlation in heavy-ion interactions at 60AGeV/c and 200AGeV/c
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In this paper we have investigated distributions of rapidity gaps between particles produced in16O-Ag/Br and32S-Ag/Br interactions at 60AGeV/c and 200AGeV/c, respectively, using as the main tool the many-particle rapidity correlation function. The experimental data have been compared with the Monte Carlo simulated values to search for true dynamical correlation in each case. The existence of many-particle correlation is observed in both cases.
PACS 25.75.Relativistic heavy-ion collisions.
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