PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 450 - The Eleventh Annual Conference on Large Hadron Collider Physics (LHCP2023) - session Heavy Ion Physics
Light (anti)nuclei production in small systems
R. Rath*  on behalf of the ALICE collaboration
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Over the past decade, the ALICE experiment has extensively measured the production of light (anti)nuclei. Despite a wealth of experimental findings, the mechanism behind the production of these particles remains enigmatic, raising intense debate within the scientific community. Typically, experimental data are interpreted using two distinct phenomenological models: the statistical hadronization model and baryon coalescence. This contribution will offer an overview of recent ALICE findings regarding measurements of light (anti)nuclei production. These measurements will be discussed in the broader context of available phenomenological models, aiming to construct a comprehensive understanding. This contribution outlines the prospects for advancing this line of research during the LHC Run 3.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.450.0134
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