Advances in High Energy Physics

Papers
(The TQCC of Advances in High Energy Physics is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Cosmic Consequences of Kaniadakis and Generalized Tsallis Holographic Dark Energy Models in the Fractal Universe30
Hadronic Molecule Interpretation of T 30
Mass Spectrum of Mesons via the WKB Approximation Method19
The Physics Case for an Electron-Muon Collider18
Noncommutative Correction to the Entropy of BTZ Black Hole with GUP15
Study of Proton, Deuteron, and Triton at 54.4 GeV14
Event Shape and Multiplicity Dependence of Freeze-Out Scenario and System Thermodynamics in Proton+Proton Collisions at <14
Interacting Rényi Holographic Dark Energy in the Brans-Dicke Theory13
Analytical Bound State Solutions of the Klein-Fock-Gordon Equation for the Sum of Hulthén and Yukawa Potential within SUSY Quantum Mechanics12
Microstructure and Continuous Phase Transition of the Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet AdS Black Hole9
Dirac Equation on the Kerr–Newman Spacetime and Heun Functions8
Assignments of the X 7
An Analysis of Transverse Momentum Spectra of Various Jets Produced in High Energy Collisions7
Constraints on Neutrino Electric Millicharge from Experiments of Elastic Neutrino-Electron Interaction and Future Experimental Proposals Involving Coherent Elastic Neutrino-Nucleus Scattering7
Bound State Solution Schrödinger Equation for Extended Cornell Potential at Finite Temperature7
Reparameterization Invariant Model of a Supersymmetric System: BRST and Supervariable Approaches7
Hořava-Lifshitz Scalar Field Cosmology: Classical and Quantum Viewpoints7
A New Description of Transverse Momentum Spectra of Identified Particles Produced in Proton-Proton Collisions at High Energies7
Excitation Function of Initial Temperature of Heavy Flavor Quarkonium Emission Source in High Energy Collisions7
Centrality Dependence of Chemical Freeze-Out Parameters and Strangeness Equilibration in RHIC and LHC Energies7
Charmless Quasi-Two-Body B Decays in Perturbative QCD Approach: Taking 6
Effects of Kaluza-Klein Theory and Potential on a Generalized Klein-Gordon Oscillator in the Cosmic String Space-Time6
Initial- and Final-State Temperatures of Emission Source from Differential Cross-Section in Squared Momentum Transfer in High-Energy Collisions6
Model Comparison of the Transverse Momentum Spectra of Charged Hadrons Produced in P b<6
Charmonium Properties Using the Discrete Variable Representation (DVR) Method6
Generalising Holographic Superconductors5
Energy-Dependent Chemical Potentials of Light Hadrons and Quarks Based on Transverse Momentum Spectra and Yield Ratios of Negative to Positive Particles5
BaryonicBMeson Decays5
Current-Component Independent Transition Form Factors for Semileptonic and Rare D 5
Interaction of Anisotropic Dark Energy with Generalized Hybrid Expansion Law5
Corrigendum to “Intermittency Study of Charged Particles Generated in Pb-Pb Collisions at 4
A Short Theoretical Review of Charmonium Production4
Superstring Backgrounds in String Geometry4
Supervariable and BRST Approaches to a Reparameterization Invariant Nonrelativistic System4
Discovery and Exclusion Prospects for Staus Produced by Heavy Higgs Boson Decays at the LHC4
A Possible Solution of the Cosmological Constant Problem Based on GW170817 and Planck Observations with Minimal Length Uncertainty4
The Nelson-Seiberg Theorem Generalized with Nonpolynomial Superpotentials4
Analysis of Bianchi Type V Holographic Dark Energy Models in General Relativity and Lyra’s Geometry4
Masses of Single, Double, and Triple Heavy Baryons in the Hyper-Central Quark Model by Using GF-AEIM4
Probing Scalar and Pseudoscalar Solutions to the g2 Anomaly4
fR Gravity Effects on C4
BP,VForm Factors with theB4
Thermal Freeze-Out Parameters and Pseudoentropy from Charged Hadron Spectra in High-Energy Collisions4
Massive Spinning Relativistic Particle: Revisited under BRST and Supervariable Approaches4
On Lorentz Invariant Complex Scalar Fields4
Tsallisian Gravity and Cosmology4
Top Quark Pair-Production in Noncommutative Standard Model4
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