Constraining the magnitude of the Chiral Magnetic Effect with Event Shape Engineering in Pb–Pb collisions at sNN=2.76 TeV
(2018) In Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and HighEnergy Physics 777. p.151162 Abstract
 In ultrarelativistic heavyion collisions, the eventbyevent variation of the elliptic flow v2 reflects fluctuations in the shape of the initial state of the system. This allows to select events with the same centrality but different initial geometry. This selection technique, Event Shape Engineering, has been used in the analysis of chargedependent two and threeparticle correlations in Pb–Pb collisions at sNN=2.76 TeV. The twoparticle correlator 〈cos(φα−φβ)〉 calculated for different combinations of charges α and β is almost independent of v2 (for a given centrality), while the threeparticle correlator 〈cos(φα+φβ−2Ψ2)〉 scales almost linearly both with the event v2 and chargedparticle pseudorapidity density. The charge dependence... (More)
 In ultrarelativistic heavyion collisions, the eventbyevent variation of the elliptic flow v2 reflects fluctuations in the shape of the initial state of the system. This allows to select events with the same centrality but different initial geometry. This selection technique, Event Shape Engineering, has been used in the analysis of chargedependent two and threeparticle correlations in Pb–Pb collisions at sNN=2.76 TeV. The twoparticle correlator 〈cos(φα−φβ)〉 calculated for different combinations of charges α and β is almost independent of v2 (for a given centrality), while the threeparticle correlator 〈cos(φα+φβ−2Ψ2)〉 scales almost linearly both with the event v2 and chargedparticle pseudorapidity density. The charge dependence of the threeparticle correlator is often interpreted as evidence for the Chiral Magnetic Effect (CME), a parity violating effect of the strong interaction. However, its measured dependence on v2 points to a large nonCME contribution to the correlator. Comparing the results with Monte Carlo calculations including a magnetic field due to the spectators, the upper limit of the CME signal contribution to the threeparticle correlator in the 10–50% centrality interval is found to be 26–33% at 95% confidence level. © 2017 The Author(s) (Less)
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