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 $π^{0}$ Azimuthal Anisotropy in Au Au Collisions at $sqrt{s {NN}}=39-200$ GeV from PHENIX: Collision Energy and Path-Length Dependence of Jet-Quenching and the Role of Initial Geometry


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The azimuthal anisotropy of high $p {T}$ particle production in heavy ion collisions is a sensitive probe of the jet quenching mechanism. Recent PHENIX measurements for Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s {NN}}=200$ GeV show a $\pi^{0}$ $v {2}$ signal that exceeds the pQCD energy loss calculations up to $p {T} \sim 10$ GeV-c, challenging the tradi

Author: Xiaoyang Gong for the PHENIX Collaboration

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