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Recent results from the LHCf and RHICf experiments

Ito, Yoshitaka*; Tanida, Kiyoshi  ; 30 of others*

The Large Hadron Collider forward and the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider forward experiments measured forward particles produced in high-energy hadron collisions at the LHC and RHIC. Using compact calorimeters neutral particles produced in pseudorapidities $$eta > 8.4$$ and $$eta > 6.0$$ are observed by the respective experiments. Because the collision energies ranging from 0.51 TeV to 13 TeV correspond to the cosmic-ray equivalent energies of $$10^{14}$$ to $$10^{17}$$ eV, the measurements are important to understand the hadronic interaction relevant to extensive air shower measurements. This paper reviews recent results of LHCf and initial performance of RHICf that took data in the 2017 RHIC operation.



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