Fluctuations of multiplicities in rapidity windows in sulphur-sulphur collisions at 200 A GeV

J. Bächler, J. Bartke, H. Białkowska, R. Bock, R. Brockmann, P. Buncic, S. I. Chase, I. Derado, V. Eckardt, J. Eschke, D. Ferenc, B. Fleischmann, M. Fuchs, M. Gazdzicki, H. J. Gebauer, E. Gładysz, J. W. Harris, W. Heck, M. Hoffmann, S. KabanaK. Kadija, R. Keidel, J. Kosiec, M. Kowalski, A. Kühmichel, M. Lahanas, Y. Lee, M. LeVine, A. Ljubicic, S. Margetis, E. Nappi, G. Odyniec, G. Paic, A. D. Panagiotou, A. Petridis, J. Pfennig, A. Piper, F. Posa, H. G. Pugh, F. Pühlhofer, G. Rai, W. Rauch, R. Renfordt, D. Röhrich, H. Rothard, K. Runge, A. Sandoval, E. Schmidt, N. Schmitz, E. Schmoetten, I. Schneider, P. Seyboth, J. Seyerlein, E. Skrzypczak, P. Stefanski, R. Stock, H. Ströbele, L. Teitelbaum, S. Tonse, G. Vassileiadis, G. Vesztergombi, D. Vranic, S. Wenig

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Multiplicity distributions and their second moments fornegatively charged particles produced in32S-S central and minimum bias interactions at 200 A GeV are studied in various rapidity intervals. Fritiof and Venus models mostly describe the dependence of second moments on rapidity intervals in minimum bias interactions, but not in central collisions. For central collisions the behaviour of second moments might indicate enhanced multiplicity fluctuations.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)347-354
Number of pages8
JournalZeitschrift für Physik C Particles and Fields
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - Sep 1 1992


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  • Physics and Astronomy (miscellaneous)

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Bächler, J., Bartke, J., Białkowska, H., Bock, R., Brockmann, R., Buncic, P., Chase, S. I., Derado, I., Eckardt, V., Eschke, J., Ferenc, D., Fleischmann, B., Fuchs, M., Gazdzicki, M., Gebauer, H. J., Gładysz, E., Harris, J. W., Heck, W., Hoffmann, M., ... Wenig, S. (1992). Fluctuations of multiplicities in rapidity windows in sulphur-sulphur collisions at 200 A GeV. Zeitschrift für Physik C Particles and Fields, 56(3), 347-354. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01565942