Gluon imaging using azimuthal correlations in diffractive scattering at the Electron-Ion Collider
Mäntysaari, H., Roy, K., Salazar, F., & Schenke, B. (2021). Gluon imaging using azimuthal correlations in diffractive scattering at the Electron-Ion Collider. Physical Review D, 103(9), Article 094026. https://doi.org/10.1103/physrevd.103.094026
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We study coherent diffractive photon and vector meson production in electron-proton and electron-nucleus collisions within the Color Glass Condensate effective field theory. We show that electron-photon and electron-vector meson azimuthal angle correlations are sensitive to nontrivial spatial correlations in the gluon distribution of the target, and perform explicit calculations using spatially dependent McLerran-Venugopalan initial color charge configurations coupled to the numerical solution of small x JIMWLK evolution equations. We compute the cross-section differentially in Q2 and |t| and find sizeable anisotropies in the electron-photon and electron-J/ψ azimuthal correlations (v1,2≈2–10%) in electron-proton collisions for the kinematics of the future Electron-Ion Collider. In electron-gold collisions these modulations are found to be significantly smaller (v1,2<0.1%). We also compute incoherent diffractive production where we find that the azimuthal correlations are sensitive to fluctuations of the gluon distribution in the target. ...
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Related funder(s)Academy of Finland; European Commission
Funding program(s)Postdoctoral Researcher, AoF
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Additional information about fundingH. M. is supported by the Academy of Finland Project No. 314764, and by the European Research Council project STRONG-2020 (Grant agreement No. 824093). F. S. and B. P. S. are supported under DOE Contract No. DE-SC0012704. Computing resources from CSC—IT Center for Science in Espoo, Finland and from the Finnish Grid and Cloud Infrastructure (persistent identifier urn:nbn:fi:research-infras-2016072533) were used in this work. F. S. and K. R. were also supported by the joint Brookhaven National Laboratory-Stony Brook University Center for Frontiers in Nuclear Science (CFNS). ...
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