A Average transverse momentum as a function of the longitudinal momentum

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Dip in the distribution of the average transverse momentum as a function of the longitudinal momentum
Hello everybody!

I am working on a code in which I need to study the dependence of ##<p_T>## vs ##p_L## (the average transverse momentum and the longitudinal momentum of a particle). I am looking for references, papers, books, etc. concerning this topic, but I have not been so lucky. My professor has given us some information, but the resolution of the pdf is extremely poor (illegible!)
Can you give me some help, please?
 

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Are you talking about hadrons in pp, pA or AA collisions? Then have a look for "rapidity distributions". There is for sure tons of material online. It would be better, you'd tell us some details about what you are after!
 

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