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Quark–gluon droplets engineered

Nature Physicsvolume 15pages206207 (2019) | Download Citation

Quark–gluon plasma has been recreated in heavy-ion collisions, providing a glimpse of the very early Universe. The PHENIX Collaboration offers new insights into the possible creation of this state in smaller collision systems.

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