We present a new approach to take into account resonance decays in the blast-wave model fits of identified hadron spectra. Thanks to precalculated decayed particle spectra, we are able to extract, in a matter of seconds, the multiplicity dependence of the single freeze-out temperature Tfo, average fluid velocity ⟨βT⟩, velocity exponent n, and the volume dV/dy of an expanding fireball. In contrast to blast-wave fits without resonance feed-down, our approach results in a freeze-out temperature of Tfo≈150MeV, which has only weak dependence on multiplicity and collision system. Finally, we discuss separate chemical and kinetic freeze-outs separated by partial chemical equilibrium.
A. Mazeliauskas, V. Vislavicius: Temperature and fluid velocity on the freeze-out surface from π, K, p spectra in pp, p–Pb and Pb–Pb collisions, Phys. Rev. C 101, (2020) 014910,
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