Baryon-rich quark-gluon plasma in nuclear collisions
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The maximum achievable temperature (energy density) and minimum kinetic energy required for the formation of a baryon-rich quark-gluon plasma formed at central rapidity in small impact parameter nuclear collisions is estimated. A possible mechanism leading to the pile-up of matter is introduced. Plasma formation is expected to appear at about 15 GeV/Nucleon uranium beam energy on a stationary target or 2.7 GeV/Nucleon in colliding beams.
Keywordsformation of quark-gluon plasma relativistic heavy-ion collisions thermal and statistical models of nuclear reactions
PACS12.38.Mh 25.75.-q 24.10.Pa
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