Heavy Quarks


At this page you will find data on heavy quarks in Heavy Ion environment


  • Fig. 6.22 from PPR. Bottom jet (red circles) and heavy flavor (blue squares) tagging purity as a function of azimuthal angle difference between the tagged jet and muon at the away-side requiring a muon with pT > 5 GeV (left) and as a function of truth muon ET (right).

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Azimuthal correlations and efficiency

  • Figure 6.23 from PPR: (left) Azimuthal correlation between the reconstructed jets and the muons. The solid line and dashed line are for tagged bottom jets and other jets, respectively. (right) Jet tagging efficiency as a function of angular cuts.

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