Study of charge dependant higher harmonic correlations at LHC energies
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The main goal of this thesis is to understand the Chiral Magnetic E ect (CME), stud- ied by "A Large Ion Collider Experiment" (ALICE) at the "Large Hadron Collider" (LHC). This e ect is of interest, since it is found to be caused by parity-symmetry violating e ects, considering the strong-nuclear force. This is a relative recent nding and could potentially have interesting implications. In order to understand this better we have used simulation data to reconstruct what takes place in the found state of matter, resulting from the collision, called Quark Gluon Plasma. For this thesis, these simulation data are used and studied by using mathematical tools, called correlators. For this thesis we have studied two of them. The results found are however quite inconclusive. As will be described in section 5, the results suggest that more simulation data needs to be used and more con gu- rations of input parameters need to studied, to nd how these correlators can help us understand the experimental results.