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Abstract

Ultraperipheral collisions (UPCs) of heavy ions and protons are the energy frontier for electromagnetic interactions. Both photonuclear and two-photon collisions are studied at collision energies that are far higher than those available elsewhere. In this review, we discuss physics topics that can be addressed with UPCs, including nuclear shadowing, nuclear structure, and searches for physics beyond the Standard Model.

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