Light (anti)nuclei production in Cu+Cu collisions at $\sqrt{s_{\rm{NN}}}=200$GeV


The production of light (anti)nuclei have been investigated using the dynamically constrained phase-space coalescence model based on the final-state hadrons generated by the PACIAE model in Cu+Cu collisions at $\sqrt{s_{\rm{NN}}}=200$GeV with $|\eta|<0.5$ and $0<p_T<8$GeV/c. The results show that there is a strong centrality dependence of yields of $\rm d$, $\rm\overline d$, $\rm ^3He$, $\rm^3\overline {He}$, $\rm ^4He$, and $\rm^4\overline {He}$, i.e., their yields decrease rapidly with the increase of centrality, and the greater the mass is, the greater the dependence shows; whereas their ratio of antinucleus to nucleus and coalescence parameter $B_A$ remain constant as the centrality increases. In addition, the yields of (anti)nuclei are strongly dependent on the mass of the (anti)nuclei, indicating that the (anti)nuclei produced have mass scaling properties in high-energy heavy-ion collisions. Our results are consistent with the STAR experimental data.Comment: arXiv admin note: text overlap with arXiv:1812.05148 by other author

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