Twisted particles in heavy-ion collisions
The importance of twisted (vortex) particles in heavy-ion collisions is analyzed. Free twisted particles can possess giant intrinsic orbital angular momenta. Twisted particles are spatially localized and can be rather ubiquitous in laboratories and nature. Twisted photons have nonzero effective masses. Charged twisted particles can be recognized by their dynamics, magnetic moments, and specific effects in external fields.
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