Results on twoparticle angular correlations for charged particles emitted in protonproton collisions at centerofmass energies of 0.9, 2.36, and 7 TeV are presented, using data collected with the CMS detector over a broad range of pseudorapidity(eta) and azimuthal angle (phi). Shortrange correlations in Deltaeta, which are studied in minimum bias events, are characterized using a simple ``independent cluster'' parametrization in order to quantify their strength (cluster size) and their extent in eta (cluster decay width). Longrange azimuthal correlations are studied differentially as a function of charged particle multiplicity and particle transverse momentum using a 980 nb^{1} data set at 7 TeV. In high multiplicity events, a pronounced structure emerges in the twodimensional correlation function for particle pairs with intermediate p_T of 13 GeV/c, 2.0<Deltaeta<4.8 and Deltaphi ~ 0. This is the first observation of such a longrange, nearside feature in twoparticle correlation functions in pp or ppbar collisions.
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Distributions of the number of tracks reconstructed in offline analysis for minimum bias events, as well as highmultiplicity triggered events, both at 7 TeV, with online multiplicity greater than (a) 70 and (b) 85. The total integrated luminosity of the data set is 980 nb^{1}. The minimum bias trigger was heavily prescaled during higher luminosity LHC running. The HLT efficiency turnon curves for the two high multiplicity triggers are shown in the two panels at the bottom.  
Twoparticle correlation functions versus Deltaeta and Deltaphi in pp collisions at (a) 0.9, (b) 2.36, and (c) 7 TeV.  
Twoparticle correlation functions versus Deltaeta and Deltaphi in PYTHIA D6T tune at (a) 0.9, (b) 2.36, and (c) 7 TeV.  
Twoparticle pseudorapidity correlation function, obtained by averaging over the entire Deltaphi range from 0 to pi, in pp collisions at (a) 0.9, (b) 2.36, and (c) 7 TeV. The solid curves correspond to the fits by the cluster model. Error bars are smaller than the symbols.  
(a) K_{eff} and (b) delta as a function of energy, measured for p_T>0.1 GeV/c and eta<2.4 by CMS in solid circles. Open circles show the PYTHIA results with the D6T tune.  
(a) K_{eff} and (b) delta as a function of energy based on a modeldependent extrapolation of CMS data to p_T ~ 0 and eta<3 (solid circles), as well as data from PHOBOS (solid squares), UA5 (solid triangles) and ISR (solid stars) experiments for pp and ppbar collisions. Open circles and squares show the PYTHIA results for the D6T tune and default parameters, respectively.  

2D twoparticle correlation functions for 7 TeV pp (a) minimum bias events with p_T > 0.1 GeV/c , (b) minimum bias events with 1 < p_T < 3 GeV/c, (c) high multiplicity (N>110) events with p_T > 0.1 GeV/c and (d) high multiplicity (N>110) events with 1 < p_T < 3 GeV/c. The sharp nearside peak from jet correlations is cut off in order to better illustrate the structure outside that region. 
Projections of 2D correlation functions onto Deltaphi for 2.0<Deltaeta<4.8 in different p_T and multiplicity bins for fully corrected 7 TeV pp data and reconstructed PYTHIA8 simulations. Error bars are smaller than the symbols.  
Associated yield for the nearside of the correlation function integrated over the region of 2.0<Deltaeta<4.8 as a function of event multiplicity in bins of p_T for 7 TeV pp collisions. The error bars correspond to statistical errors, while the brackets around the data points denote the systematic uncertainties. The open squares show results for PYTHIA8.  
Likesign and unlikesign associated yield for the nearside of the correlation function integrated over the region of 2.0<Deltaeta<4.8 as a function of event multiplicity in bins of p_T. The error bars correspond to statistical errors, while the brackets around the data points denote the systematic uncertainties. 