On The Hardening of The Spectrum of High-Energy Particles Formed in Heavy-Ion Collisions Considered within The Framework of The Hydrodynamic Approach
Alexander T. D’ yachenko, Konstantin A. Gridnev
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The emission of high-energy particles in 16O + 197Au collisions at energy 20 MeV / nucleon is considered within the framework of the time evolution of a hot spot taking into account the hydrodynamic compression and expansion stages. In addition, the evaporation of the particles that are formed in the early (hot) stage of the evolution of the hot spot is included in the calculation of the spectrum. This leads to a hardening of the particle spectrum in its high-energy part, which is in agreement with experimental data.

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A. yachenko and K. Gridnev, "On The Hardening of The Spectrum of High-Energy Particles Formed in Heavy-Ion Collisions Considered within The Framework of The Hydrodynamic Approach," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 2 No. 1, 2011, pp. 8-11. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2011.21003.

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