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 [1] arXiv:2112.00060 [pdf, other]

Title: Physics with CEBAF at 12 GeV and Future OpportunitiesAuthors: J. Arrington, M. Battaglieri, A. Boehnlein, S.A. Bogacz, W.K. Brooks, E. Chudakov, I. Cloet, R. Ent, H. Gao, J. Grames, L. Harwood, X.Ji, C.Keppel, G.Krafft, R.D. McKeown, J. Napolitano, J.W. Qiu, P. Rossi, M. Schram, S. Stepanyan, J. Stevens, A.P. Szczepaniak, N. Toro, X. ZhengComments: To be published by Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics in 2022Subjects: Nuclear Experiment (nuclex); High Energy Physics  Experiment (hepex); High Energy Physics  Phenomenology (hepph); Nuclear Theory (nuclth)
We summarize the ongoing scientific program of the 12 GeV Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility (CEBAF) and give an outlook into future scientific opportunities. The program addresses important topics in nuclear, hadronic, and electroweak physics including nuclear femtography, meson and baryon spectroscopy, quarks and gluons in nuclei, precision tests of the standard model, and dark sector searches. Potential upgrades of CEBAF are considered, such as higher luminosity, polarized and unpolarized positron beams, and doubling the beam energy.
 [2] arXiv:2112.00240 [pdf, other]

Title: Measurements of Proton High Order Cumulants in $\sqrt{s_{_{\mathrm{NN}}}}$ = 3 GeV Au+Au Collisions and Implications for the QCD Critical PointAuthors: STAR Collaboration: M. S. Abdallah, B. E. Aboona, J. Adam, L. Adamczyk, J. R. Adams, J. K. Adkins, G. Agakishiev, I. Aggarwal, M. M. Aggarwal, Z. Ahammed, I. Alekseev, D.M. Anderson, A. Aparin, E. C. Aschenauer, M. U. Ashraf, F. G. Atetalla, A. Attri, G. S. Averichev, V. Bairathi, W. Baker, J. G. Ball Cap, K. Barish, A. Behera, R. Bellwied, P. Bhagat, A. Bhasin, J. Bielcik, J. Bielcikova, I. G. Bordyuzhin, J. D. Brandenburg, A. V. Brandin, I. Bunzarov, X. Z. Cai, H. Caines, M. Calderón de la Barca Sánchez, D. Cebra, I. Chakaberia, P. Chaloupka, B. K. Chan, FH. Chang, Z. Chang, N. ChankovaBunzarova, A. Chatterjee, S. Chattopadhyay, D. Chen, J. Chen, J. H. Chen, X. Chen, Z. Chen, J. Cheng, M. Chevalier, S. Choudhury, W. Christie, X. Chu, H. J. Crawford, M. Csanád, M. Daugherity, et al. (345 additional authors not shown)Subjects: Nuclear Experiment (nuclex)
We report cumulants of the proton multiplicity distribution from dedicated fixedtarget Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{_{\mathrm{NN}}}}$ = 3.0 GeV, measured by the STAR experiment in the kinematic acceptance of rapidity ($y$) and transverse momentum ($p_{\rm T}$) within $0.5 < y<0$ and $0.4 < p_{\rm T} <2.0 $ GeV/$c$. In the most central 05\% collisions, a proton cumulant ratio is measured to be $C_4/C_2=0.85 \pm 0.09 ~(\rm stat.) \pm 0.82 ~(\rm syst.)$, which is less than unity, the Poisson baseline. The hadronic transport UrQMD model reproduces our $C_4/C_2$ in the measured acceptance. Compared to higher energy results and the transport model calculations, the suppression in $C_4/C_2$ is consistent with fluctuations driven by baryon number conservation and indicates an energy regime dominated by hadronic interactions. These data imply that the QCD critical region, if created in heavyion collisions, could only exist at energies higher than 3\,GeV.
 [3] arXiv:2112.00608 [pdf, other]

Title: Measurements of leptonjet azimuthal decorrelation and 1jetttiness event shape at high $Q^2$ in deep inelastic scattering (DIS) with the H1 experiment at HERAAuthors: Sookhyun LeeComments: Proceedings for the 22nd Particles and Nuclei International Conference (PANIC 2021), Sep 510, 2021, online, 6 pages, 4 figuresSubjects: Nuclear Experiment (nuclex); High Energy Physics  Experiment (hepex)
Recent progress towards realizing the ElectronIon Collider (EIC) that was announced in 2020 to be built at Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) in the United States has revived interests in the deepinelasticscattering (DIS) data taken from $ep$ collisions at HadronElectron Ring Accelerator (HERA). The H1 detector equipped with tracking and fully instrumented calorimeter detectors in its hermetic and asymmetric design is well suited for jet and event shape measurements. Proposed measurements involving jets, global events shapes and correlations in DIS for HERA and EIC focus on the threedimensional description of nucleon structure and hadronization and their their flavor dependence as well as precision measurements for QCD and BSM. This contribution presents recent results on the leptonjet azimuthal decorrelation and the 1jettiness event shape measurements performed using the DIS data at high $Q^2$ taken with the H1 detector at HERA.
 [4] arXiv:2112.00610 [pdf, other]

Title: Production of light (anti)nuclei in pp collisions at $\sqrt{s}~=~5.02$ TeVAuthors: ALICE CollaborationComments: 21 pages, 5 captioned figures, 2 tables, authors from page 15, submitted to EPJC, figures at this http URLSubjects: Nuclear Experiment (nuclex); High Energy Physics  Experiment (hepex)
The study of the production of nuclei and antinuclei in pp collisions has proven to be a powerful tool to investigate the formation mechanism of loosely bound states in highenergy hadronic collisions. In this paper, the production of protons, deuterons and $^3$He and their charge conjugates at midrapidity is studied as a function of the chargedparticle multiplicity in inelastic pp collisions at $\sqrt{s}=5.02$ TeV using the ALICE detector. Within the uncertainties, the yields of nuclei in pp collisions at $\sqrt{s}=5.02$ TeV are compatible with those in pp collisions at different energies and to those in pPb collisions when compared at similar multiplicities. The measurements are compared with the expectations of coalescence and Statistical Hadronisation Models. The results suggest a common formation mechanism behind the production of light nuclei in hadronic interactions and confirm that they do not depend on the collision energy but on the number of produced particles.
Crosslists for Thu, 2 Dec 21
 [5] arXiv:2111.14841 (crosslist from nuclth) [pdf, other]

Title: Beyondmeanfield calculations of allowed and firstforbidden $β^$ decays of $r$process waitingpoint nucleiComments: Contribution to the Proceedings of the "16th International Symposium on Nuclei in the Cosmos", September 2125, 2021; 4 pages, 2 figuresSubjects: Nuclear Theory (nuclth); Nuclear Experiment (nuclex)
$\beta$decay rates of neutronrich nuclei, in particular those located at neutron shell closures, play a central role in simulations of the heavyelement nucleosynthesis and resulting abundance distributions. We present $\beta$decay halflives of eveneven $N=82$ and $N=126$ $r$process waitingpoint nuclei calculated in the approach based on relativistic quasiparticle random phase approximation with quasiparticlevibration coupling. The calculations include both allowed and firstforbidden transitions. In the $N=82$ chain, the quasiparticlevibration coupling has an important impact close to stability, as it increases the contribution of GamowTeller modes and improves the agreement with the available data. In the $N=126$ chain, we find the decay to proceed dominantly via firstforbidden transitions, even when the coupling to vibrations is included.
 [6] arXiv:2111.14980 (crosslist from nuclth) [pdf, ps, other]

Title: Statistical HauserFeshbach model description of $(n,α)$ reaction cross sections for sprocess nucleiComments: 25 pages, 9 figuresSubjects: Nuclear Theory (nuclth); Solar and Stellar Astrophysics (astroph.SR); Nuclear Experiment (nuclex)
The $(n,\alpha)$ reaction contributes in many processes of energy generation and nucleosynthesis in stellar environment. Since experimental data are available for a limited number of nuclei and in restricted energy ranges, at present only theoretical studies can provide predictions for all astrophysically relevant $(n,\alpha)$ reaction cross sections. The purpose of this work is to study $(n,\alpha)$ reaction cross sections for a set of nuclei contributing in the sprocess nucleosynthesis. Theory framework is based on the statistical HauserFeshbach model implemented in TALYS code and supplemented with nuclear properties based on Skyrme energy density functional. In addition to the analysis of the properties of calculated $(n,\alpha)$ cross sections, the Mawellian averaged cross sections are described and analyzed for the range of temperatures in stellar environment. Model calculations determined astrophysically relevant energy windows in which $(n,\alpha)$ reactions occur in massive stars. In order to reduce the uncertainties in modeling $(n,\alpha)$ reaction cross sections for the sprocess, novel experimental studies are called for. The results on the predicted relevant $(n,\alpha)$ reaction energy windows for the sprocess nuclei provide a guidance for the priority energy ranges for the future experimental studies.
 [7] arXiv:2111.15025 (crosslist from nuclth) [pdf, ps, other]

Title: Microscopic analysis of induced nuclear fission dynamicsComments: 5 pages, 5 figures, and the supplemental material is available upon requestSubjects: Nuclear Theory (nuclth); Nuclear Experiment (nuclex)
The dynamics of lowenergy induced fission is explored using a consistent microscopic framework that combines the timedependent generator coordinate method (TDGCM) and timedependent nuclear density functional theory (TDDFT). While the former presents a fully quantum mechanical approach that describes the entire fission process as an adiabatic evolution of collective degrees of freedom, the latter models the dissipative dynamics of the final stage of fission by propagating the nucleons independently toward scission and beyond. By combining the two methods, based on the same nuclear energy density functional and pairing interaction, we perform an illustrative calculation of the charge distribution of yields and total kinetic energy for induced fission of $^{240}$Pu. For the saddletoscission phase a set of initial points for the TDDFT evolution is selected along an isoenergy curve beyond the outer fission barrier on the deformation energy surface, and the TDGCM is used to calculate the probability that the collective wave function reaches these points at different times. Fission observables are computed with both methods and compared with available data. The relative merits of including quantum fluctuations (TDGCM) and the onebody dissipation mechanism (TDDFT) are discussed.
 [8] arXiv:2111.15224 (crosslist from astroph.SR) [pdf, other]

Title: A new $^{12}$C + $^{12}$C nuclear reaction rate: impact on stellar evolutionAuthors: E. Monpribat, S. Martinet, S. Courtin, M. Heine, S. Ekström, D. G. Jenkins, A. Choplin, P. Adsley, D. Curien, M. Moukaddam, J. Nippert, S. Tsiatsiou, G. MeynetComments: 13 pages, 9 figuresSubjects: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics (astroph.SR); Nuclear Experiment (nuclex)
This work presents new $^{12}$C + $^{12}$C reaction rates in the form of numerical tables with associated uncertainty estimation, as well as analytical formulae that can be directly implemented into stellar evolution codes. This article further describes the impact of these new rates on Cburning in stars. We determine reaction rates for two crosssection extrapolation models: one based on the fusionhindrance phenomenon, and the other on fusionhindrance plus a resonance, and compare our results to previous data. Using the GENEC stellar evolution code, we study how these new rates impact the Cburning phases in two sets of stellar models for stars with 12 M$_{\odot}$ and 25 M$_{\odot}$ initial masses chosen to be highly representative of the diversity of massive stars. The effective temperatures of Cburning in both sets of stellar models are entirely covered by the sensitivity of the present experimental data, and no extrapolation of the rates is required. Although, the rates may differ by more than an order of magnitude for temperatures typical of Cburning, the impacts on the stellar structures during that phase remain modest. This is a consequence of the readjustment of the stellar structure to a change of nuclear reaction rate for reactions important for energy production. For the hindrance case, the Cburning phase is found to occur at central temperatures 10\% higher than with the hindrance plus resonance rate. Its Cburning lifetime is reduced by a factor of two. This model, nevertheless, loses more entropy than the other one thus enters earlier into the degeneracy regime which will impact the last stages of the evolution at the precore collapse time. The hindrance model produces up to 60% more neon. The impact of the different rates on the sprocess occurring during the Cburning phase is modest, changing final abundances of sprocessed elements by at most 20% (cobalt).
 [9] arXiv:2111.15402 (crosslist from hepph) [pdf, other]

Title: Nonequilibrium evolution of quarkonium in mediumComments: 11 pages, 3 figures, Proceedings for "A Virtual Tribute to Quark Confinement and the Hadron Spectrum" (August 2nd6th 2021, online)Subjects: High Energy Physics  Phenomenology (hepph); Quantum Gases (condmat.quantgas); Nuclear Experiment (nuclex); Nuclear Theory (nuclth); Quantum Physics (quantph)
We review recent progress in open quantum system approach to the description of quarkonium in the quarkgluon plasma. A particular emphasis is put on the Lindblad equations for quarkonium and its numerical simulations.
 [10] arXiv:2111.15403 (crosslist from nuclth) [pdf, other]

Title: Quadrupoleoctupole coupling and the evolution of collectivity in neutrondeficient Xe, Ba, Ce, and Nd isotopesComments: 13 pages, 13 figures, 1 table. arXiv admin note: text overlap with arXiv:2106.04076Journalref: Physical Review C 104, 054320 (2021)Subjects: Nuclear Theory (nuclth); Nuclear Experiment (nuclex)
The evolution of quadrupole and octupole collectivity in neutrondeficient Xe, Ba, Ce, and Nd nuclei near the "octupole magic" neutron number $N=56$ is investigated within the mapped $sdf$IBM framework. Microscopic input is obtained via quadrupole and octupole constrained HartreeFockBogoliubov calculations, based on the parametrization D1M of the Gogny energy density functional. Octupoledeformed meanfield ground states are predicted for Ba and Ce isotopes near $N=56$. Excitation energies of positive and negativeparity states as well as electric transition rates are computed with wave functions resulting from the diagonalization of the mapped IBM Hamiltonian. The parameters of the Hamiltonian are determined via the mapping of the meanfield potential energy surfaces onto the expectation value of the Hamiltonian in the condensate state of the $s$, $d$, and $f$ bosons. Enhanced octupolarity is predicted for Xe, Ba, and Ce isotopes near $N=56$. The shape/phase transition from octupoledeformed to strongly quadrupoledeformed near $N=60$ is analyzed in detail.
 [11] arXiv:2111.15472 (crosslist from physics.insdet) [pdf, other]

Title: The $^{3}$He BF$_{3}$ Giant Barrel (HeBGB) Neutron DetectorAuthors: K. Brandenburg, G. Hamad, Z. Meisel, C. R. Brune, D. E. Carter, T. Danley, J. Derkin, Y. JonesAlberty, B. Kenady, T. N. Massey, S. Paneru, M. Saxena, D. Soltesz, S. K. Subedi, J. WarrenSubjects: Instrumentation and Detectors (physics.insdet); Nuclear Experiment (nuclex)
$(\alpha,n)$ reactions play an important role in nuclear astrophysics and applications and are an important background source in neutrino and dark matter detectors. Measurements of total $(\alpha,n)$ cross sections employing direct neutron detection often have a considerable systematic uncertainty associated with the energydependent neutron detection efficiency and the unknown initial neutron energy distribution. The $^{3}{\rm He}\,{\rm BF}_{3}$ Giant Barrel (HeBGB) neutron detector was built at the Edwards Accelerator Laboratory at Ohio University to overcome this challenge. HeBGB offers a nearconstant neutron detection efficiency of $7.6\pm 0.6$\% over the neutron energy range 0.019.00 MeV, removing a significant source of systematic uncertainty present in earlier $(\alpha,n)$ cross section measurements.
 [12] arXiv:2111.15543 (crosslist from nuclth) [pdf, other]

Title: Beyondmeanfield approaches for nuclear neutrinoless double beta decay in the standard mechanismComments: 76 pages, 28 figures. An invited review submitted to Prog. Part. Nucl. PhysSubjects: Nuclear Theory (nuclth); High Energy Physics  Experiment (hepex); High Energy Physics  Phenomenology (hepph); Nuclear Experiment (nuclex)
Nuclear weak decays provide important probes to fundamental symmetries in nature. A precise description of these processes in atomic nuclei requires comprehensive knowledge on both the strong and weak interactions in the nuclear medium and on the dynamics of quantum manybody systems. In particular, an observation of the hypothetical double beta decay without emission of neutrinos ($0\nu\beta\beta$) would unambiguously demonstrate the Majorana nature of neutrinos and the existence of the leptonnumberviolation process. It would also provide unique information on the ordering and absolute scale of neutrino masses. The nextgeneration tonnescale experiments with sensitivity up to $10^{28}$ years after a few years of running will probably provide a definite answer to these fundamental questions based on our current knowledge on the nuclear matrix element (NME), the precise determination of which is a challenge to nuclear theory. Beyondmeanfield approaches have been frequently adapted for the studies of nuclear structure and decay throughout nuclear chart for several decades. In this review, we summarize the status of beyondmeanfield calculations of the NMEs of $0\nu\beta\beta$ decay assuming the standard mechanism of an exchange of light Majorana neutrinos. The challenges and future prospects in the extension and application of beyondmeanfield approaches for $0\nu\beta\beta$ decay are discussed.
 [13] arXiv:2111.15559 (crosslist from nuclth) [pdf, other]

Title: Scaling approach to nuclear structure in highenergy heavyion collisionsComments: 5 pages and 3 figures, plus supplemental materialsSubjects: Nuclear Theory (nuclth); High Energy Physics  Experiment (hepex); High Energy Physics  Phenomenology (hepph); Nuclear Experiment (nuclex)
In highenergy heavyion collisions, the energy density profile of the produced quarkgluon plasma and its spacetime dynamics are sensitive to the shape and radial profiles of the nuclei, described by the collective nuclear structure parameters including quadrupole deformation $\beta_2$, octupole deformation $\beta_3$, radius $R_0$ and surface diffuseness $a$. Using hydrodynamic model simulations, we find a general scaling relation between these parameters and a large class of experimental observables such as elliptic flow $v_2$, triangular flow $v_3$ and particle multiplicity distribution $p(N_{\mathrm{ch}})$. In particular, we show that the ratio of these observables between two isobar collision systems depends only on the differences of these parameters. Using this scaling relation, we show how the nuclear structure parameters of $^{96}_{44}$Ru and $^{96}_{40}$Zr conspire to produce the nonmonotonic centrality dependence of ratios of $v_2$, $v_3$ and $p(N_{\mathrm{ch}})$ between $^{96}_{44}$Ru+$^{96}_{44}$Ru and $^{96}_{40}$Zr+$^{96}_{40}$Zr collisions, in agreement with measurements by the STAR Collaboration. This scaling approach towards heavyion observables demonstrates that isobar collisions is a precision tool to probe the shape and radial structures, including the neutron skin, of the atomic nuclei across energy scales.
 [14] arXiv:2112.00358 (crosslist from hepph) [pdf, other]

Title: Perturbative and nonperturbative effects in ultraperipheral production of lepton pairsAuthors: I.M. DreminSubjects: High Energy Physics  Phenomenology (hepph); Nuclear Experiment (nuclex)
Perturbative and nonperturbative terms of the cross sections of ultraperipheral production of lepton pairs in ion collisions are taken into account. It is shown that production of lowmass $e^+e^$ pairs is strongly enhanced (compared to perturbative estimates) due to the nonperturbative SommerfeldGamowSakharov (SGS) factor. Coulomb attraction of the nonrelativistic components of those pairs leads to the finite value of their mass distribution at lowest relative velocities. Their annihilation can result in the increased intensity of 511 keV photons. It can be recorded at the NICA collider and is especially crucial in astrophysical implications regarding the 511 keV line emitted from the Galactic center. The analogous effect can be observed in lepton pairs production at LHC. Energy spectra of lepton pairs created in ultraperipheral nuclear collisions and their transverse momenta are calculated.
Replacements for Thu, 2 Dec 21
 [15] arXiv:2108.04347 (replaced) [pdf, other]

Title: Angular momentum removal by neutron and $γ$ray emissions during fission fragment decaysComments: 9 pages, 6 figures; version accepted for publicationJournalref: Phys. Rev. Lett. 127, 222502 (2021)Subjects: Nuclear Theory (nuclth); Nuclear Experiment (nuclex)
 [16] arXiv:2108.12932 (replaced) [pdf, other]

Title: Sensitivity of quasifree reactions on details of the boundstate overlap functionsComments: 6 pages, 6 figures, Physical Review C Letter, version accepted for publicationSubjects: Nuclear Theory (nuclth); Nuclear Experiment (nuclex)
 [17] arXiv:2111.10213 (replaced) [pdf, other]

Title: First measurement of the $^{10}{\rm B}(α,n)^{13}{\rm N}$ reaction in an inertial confinement fusion implosion at the National Ignition FacilityAuthors: D. Lonardoni, J. P. Sauppe, B. D. Keenan, M. E. Gooden, C. Yeamans, C. Velsko, T. Murphy, L. Kot, T. Bredeweg, S. H. Batha, A. C. Hayes, G. Jungman, K. D. Meaney, J. B. Wilhelmy, H. HuangComments: 10 pages, 8 figures, 4 tablesSubjects: Plasma Physics (physics.plasmph); Nuclear Experiment (nuclex); Nuclear Theory (nuclth)
 [18] arXiv:2111.12552 (replaced) [pdf, ps, other]

Title: Development of a lowbackground neutron detector arrayAuthors: Y. T. Li, W. P. Lin, B. Gao, H. Chen, H. Huang, Y. Huang, T. Y. Jiao, K. A. Li, X. D. Tang, X. Y. Wang, X. Fang, H. X. Huang, J. Ren, L. H. Ru, X. C. Ruan, N. T. Zhang, Z. C. ZhangSubjects: Instrumentation and Detectors (physics.insdet); Nuclear Experiment (nuclex)
 [19] arXiv:2111.12895 (replaced) [pdf, other]

Title: Properties of correlated fission fragments from neutron induced fission of Np237 at incident neutron energies between 200 keV and 100 MeVAuthors: D. Connolly (1), K. B. Montoya (1 and 2), D. L. Duke (1), U. Greife (2), A. E. Lovell (1), S. Mosby (1), C. Prokop (1), K. Schmitt (1), J. Winkelbauer (1) ((1) Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA, (2) Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado)Comments: 18 pages, 16 captioned figures, 4 tables, submitted to Physical Review CSubjects: Nuclear Experiment (nuclex)
 [20] arXiv:2111.14277 (replaced) [pdf, ps, other]

Title: Precise measurement of differential cross sections of the Σp > Λ n reaction in momentum range 470650 MeV/cAuthors: JPARC E40 Collaboration: K. Miwa, J. K. Ahn, Y. Akazawa, T. Aramaki, S. Ashikaga, S. Callier, N. Chiga, S. W. Choi, H. Ekawa, P. Evtoukhovitch, N. Fujioka, M. Fujita, T. Gogami, T. Harada, S. Hasegawa, S. H. Hayakawa, R. Honda, S. Hoshino, K. Hosomi, M. Ichikawa, Y. Ichikawa, M. Ieiri, M. Ikeda, K. Imai, Y. Ishikawa, S. Ishimoto, W. S. Jung, S. Kajikawa, H. Kanauchi, H. Kanda, T. Kitaoka, B. M. Kang, H. Kawai, S. H. Kim, K. Kobayashi, T. Koike, K. Matsuda, Y. Matsumoto, S. Nagao, R. Nagatomi, Y. Nakada, M. Nakagawa, I. Nakamura, T. Nanamura, M. Naruki, S. Ozawa, L. Raux, T. G. Rogers, A. Sakaguchi, T. Sakao, H. Sako, S. Sato, T. Shiozaki, K. Shirotori, K. N. Suzuki, S. Suzuki, M. Tabata, C. d. L. Taille, H. Takahashi, T. Takahashi, T. N. Takahashi, H. Tamura, M. Tanaka, K. Tanida, Z. Tsamalaidze, et al. (6 additional authors not shown)Comments: arXiv admin note: text overlap with arXiv:2104.13608Subjects: Nuclear Experiment (nuclex); Nuclear Theory (nuclth)
 [21] arXiv:2012.14161 (replaced) [pdf, other]

Title: Prospects for quarkonium studies at the highluminosity LHCAuthors: Emilien Chapon, David d'Enterria, Bertrand Ducloue, Miguel G. Echevarria, PolBernard Gossiaux, Vato Kartvelishvili, Tomas Kasemets, JeanPhilippe Lansberg, Ronan McNulty, Darren D. Price, HuaSheng Shao, Charlotte Van Hulse, Michael Winn, Jaroslav Adam, Liupan An, Denys Yen Arrebato Villar, Shohini Bhattacharya, Francesco G. Celiberto, Cvetan Cheshkov, Umberto D'Alesio, Cesar da Silva, Elena G. Ferreiro, Chris A. Flett, Carlo Flore, Maria Vittoria Garzelli, Jonathan Gaunt, Jibo He, Yiannis Makris, Cyrille Marquet, Laure Massacrier, Thomas Mehen, Cedric Mezrag, Luca Micheletti, Riccardo Nagar, Maxim A. Nefedov, Melih A. Ozcelik, Biswarup Paul, Cristian Pisano, JianWei Qiu, Sangem Rajesh, Matteo Rinaldi, Florent Scarpa, Maddie Smith, Pieter Taels, Amy Tee, Oleg Teryaev, Ivan Vitev, et al. (4 additional authors not shown)Comments: Latex, 115 pages, 55 figures, 4 tables. v2: Review published in Progress in Particle and Nuclear PhysicsJournalref: Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics 122 (2022) 103906Subjects: High Energy Physics  Phenomenology (hepph); High Energy Physics  Experiment (hepex); Nuclear Experiment (nuclex); Nuclear Theory (nuclth)
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