Regular Article - Theoretical Physics
Monte Carlo Glauber model with meson cloud: predictions for 5.44 TeV Xe + Xe collisions
L.D. Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, GSP-1, 117940, Kosygina Str. 2, 117334, Moscow, Russia
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Accepted: 19 May 2018
Published online: 29 May 2018
We study, within the Monte-Carlo Glauber model, centrality dependence of the midrapidity charged multiplicity density and of the anisotropy coefficients in Pb + Pb collisions at TeV and in Xe + Xe collisions at TeV. Calculations are performed for versions with and without nucleon meson cloud. The fraction of the binary collisions, , has been fitted to the data on in Pb + Pb collisions. We obtain with (without) meson cloud. The effect of meson cloud on the is relatively small. For Xe + Xe collisions for 0–5% centrality bin we obtain and 1134 with and without meson cloud, respectively. We obtain for most central collisions, and close to unity at [see pdf] . We find a noticeable increase of the eccentricity in Xe + Xe collisions at small centralities due to the prolate shape of the Xe nucleus. The triangularity in Xe + Xe collisions is bigger than in Pb + Pb collisions at [see pdf] . We obtain at [see pdf] .
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