Forward quark jet-nucleus scattering in a light-front Hamiltonian approach

Show simple item record Li, Meijian 2021-10-20T14:46:02Z 2021-10-20T14:46:02Z 2021-09-01
dc.identifier.citation Li , M 2021 , ' Forward quark jet-nucleus scattering in a light-front Hamiltonian approach ' , Proceedings of Science , vol. 387 , 105 .
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dc.description.abstract We investigate the scattering of a quark jet on a high-energy heavy nucleus using the time-dependent light-front Hamiltonian approach. We simulate a real-time evolution of the quark in a strong classical color field of the relativistic nucleus, described as the Color Glass Condensate. We study the sub-eikonal effect by letting the quark jet carry realistic finite longitudinal momenta, and we find sizeable changes on the transverse coordinate distribution of the quark. We also observe the energy loss of the quark through gluon emissions in the |qi + |qgi Fock space. This approach provides us with an opportunity to study scattering processes from non-perturbative aspects. en
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dc.language.iso eng
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dc.subject 114 Physical sciences
dc.title Forward quark jet-nucleus scattering in a light-front Hamiltonian approach en
dc.type Conference article
dc.contributor.organization Helsinki Institute of Physics
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