Light-by-Light scattering involves the interaction of two strong electromagnetic fields, resulting in the emission of two photons. The phenomenon was first observed experimentally in 2017 , using photon measurements in ultraperipheral lead-lead collisions (UPC). Applying the Equivalent Photon Approximation model gives results which describe differential and total cross sections presented by ATLAS and CMS Collaborations . They have detected photons in midrapidity for $p_t > 2.5$ (ATLAS) and $p_t > 2$ GeV (CMS).
In the next few years, the ALICE 3 experiment  is going to measure photons in forward calorimeter (FoCal) , in the transverse momentum range $p_t$ = 1 - 50 MeV and 100 - 5000 MeV, which have not been investigated so far. Moving to a lower range of $p_t$ imposes a consideration of low-energy meson resonances which decay into two-photon channel. The first contribution from $\eta$, $\eta'$ mesons in UPC was studied in . Research in the low $p_t$ area allows to verify the importance of pion. Furthermore, experimental possibilities to investigate the VDM-Regge mechanism  will be discussed. The role of the vertical background in light-by-light scattering measurements will also be shown.
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