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The EMU01 collaboration was a worldwide collaboration between groups studying high-energy heavy ion interactions, using nuclear emulsions.


The collaboration used both emulsion stacks, and emulsion chambers equipped with thin target foils exposed parallel to emulsion surface. For more on emulsion techniques, see the following page.

The Sydney group which joined the collaboration in 1993, contributed to all of the following studies, more information about which can be obtained by clicking on the links provided:

  • 28Si(32S) Fragmentation at 3.7A, 14.6A, and 200A GeV
  • Charged Particle Density Distribution in Au Induced Interactions with Emulsion Nuclei at 10.7A GeV
  • Rescattering Probed by Emission of Slow Target-associated Particles in High Energy Heavy Ion Interactions
  • Production of Slow Particles in High Energy Heavy Ion Collisions
  • Helium Production in 158A GeV/c Pb on Pb Interactions
  • Helium Production in 10.7A GeV/c Au induced Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions
  • Produced Particle Multiplicity Dependence on Centrality in Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions
  • Complex Analysis of Au Interactions with Photo-Emulsion Nuclei at 10.7 GeV/nucleon within the framework of Cascade and Fritiof models
  • Multifragmentation of Au Nuclei at 10.7 GeV/nucleon
  • Nuclear Effect in Higher Dimensional Factorial Moment Analysis of 16O-, 32S-, & 197Au-Em interaction data at 200, 60 and 11GeV/c
  • Critical Behaviour in Au Fragmentation at 10.7A GeV/c
  • Charged Particle Multiplicity Density and Fluctuations in Pb on Pb Interactions at 158A GeV/c
  • Bounce-off in 197Au Induced Collisions with Ag(Br) Nuclei at 116 A GeV/c
  • Fragmentation and Multifragmentation of 10.6 A GeV Gold Nuclei